Nissan Partners with Habitat for Humanity for a 13th Year

Recently, Nissan North America made a $1 million donation to Habitat for Humanity, extending the company's long-standing partnership with the nonprofit organization. This donation will help Habitat for Humanity continue in its mission to build affordable homes in tandem with families in need of respectable housing. Since Nissan first began contributing to Habitat for Humanity 13 years ago, the company's total donations have totaled more than $15.5 million.

Much of the 2018 donation is going to the cost of building Habitat homes in locations where Nissan has an operational presence, helping local Habitat organizations purchase vehicles for their use in building homes. Money will also go towards sponsoring the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project.

In addition, Nissan employees are volunteering to support Habitat in 12 communities across nine states this year.

In a press release, Rebecca Vest, Nissan Vice President of Corporate Development and Social Responsibility, remarked, "There is a growing need for affordable housing across the U.S. Nissan values its partnership with Habitat for Humanity because it helps build sustainable communities where our employees live and work. Our employees look forward to working alongside future homeowners, and their experiences affirm our corporate vision to enrich people's lives.

At County Line Nissan, we're proud to be a vital part of the Middlebury, Waterbury, Danbury, New Haven, Bristol, and Wallingford areas. We look forward to helping you.

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