Lippert to Pitch In On Habitat for Humanity Home Build

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Lippert Components’ Hydraulics/Inwalls/Machining Division at Plant 45C in Goshen, Ind., will host a panel build for Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County on Oct. 28.

In addition to hosting the build, LCI employees will volunteer labor and expertise to complete the home. LCI’s monetary donations will provide funding for vital supplies needed for the home such as lumber, windows, doors, sinks and more.

Approximately 50 LCI employees will work in two groups, each for a two-hour shift, to complete the construction of the home later this month.

“LCI has created an inspired culture of philanthropy that is truly contagious. Here at Plant 45C, we couldn’t be happier to collaborate with Habitat for Humanity and contribute to their mission. Habitat’s work provides a lasting and positive impact on our community, and we’re proud to support them,” said Nate Bontrager, LCI’s assistant general manager of Plant 45C.

Team leaders Lee Brown, Richard Furner, Vanessa Borkholder and Tami Freed, will lead LCI employees. The three-bedroom home will be built onsite at LCI’s Plant 45C, and will be transferred shortly thereafter to its permanent location on Morehouse Avenue in Elkhart, Indiana.


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