Nissan Donates $1 Million to Habitat for Humanity
Over the past 14 years, Nissan North America has been a major contributor to Habitat for Humanity. Its latest donation of $1 million proves the automaker will continue its support of and partnership with the organization that makes such a difference in the lives of so many. Since 2005, Nissan has donated more than $17.9 million to Habitat for Humanity.
“Nissan is deeply committed to the areas where our customers, employees and dealers live and work, and our partnership with Habitat for Humanity is one way that we invest in these communities,” said Travis Parman, vice president, Corporate Communications, Nissan North America, Inc. “Our employees, working alongside our partners at Habitat and the future homeowners, are able to directly improve their cities and the lives of others.”
In addition to monetary support, each year Nissan also provides vehicles to the organization to assist with the demands of construction. With four vehicle donations this year, the automaker has supplied 54 Nissan NV Cargo models and Frontier trucks.
“We are fortunate to work with generous partners like Nissan who commit to help families realize their dreams of home ownership each year,” said Julie Laird Davis, Habitat’s vice president of Corporate Partnerships and Cause Marketing. “We are extremely grateful for our 14 years of partnership with Nissan and look forward to working with more families and individuals over the next year thanks to their support.”
During its partnership with Habitat for Humanity Nissan and its employees have built new homes for 135 families. During this year and next, 12 families will benefit from their support.
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