Kuiken Brothers Participates in Paterson Habitat for Humanity 2018 Corporate Challenge

Kuiken Brothers partnership with Paterson Habitat for Humanity continues in 2018 as we helped sponsor a week of volunteers to work on the building and construction of a new house. June 26th through the 29th, employees and volunteers stepped away from the yard, trucks and offices to get on the jobsite to participate in this year’s Corporate Challenge to help frame new homes for some amazing families.

Since supplying building materials for the first Paterson Habitat house in 1984, Kuiken Brothers has been committed to supporting all of their building projects. Our corporate mission at Kuiken Brothers is to positively impact communities in New Jersey and the greater Tri-State area. As we continue our partnership of over 30 years with Paterson Habitat, we will continue to believe in their vision to rebuild and make home-ownership a possibilities for families in Paterson as well.

“We’ve always been part of the shelter industry,” said President Doug Kuiken. “That is the basis of a very strong relationship and a natural fit with Paterson Habitat.”

Over the course of four days, Kuiken Brothers’ employees and volunteers worked four full days to help frame a new a new townhouse with Douglas Fir Lumber, plywood and engineered wood products from our manufacturer partner Boise Cascade.

Rain or Shine this incredible team got the job done! We are so proud to partner with such a wonderful organization and would like to thank all of the volunteers for their support and experience in helping us exceed our expectations.

To see more photos from these events, please click the links blow:

Pictures From Day One

Pictures From Day Two

Pictures From Day Three

Pictures From Day Four

If you would like more information about volunteering for Paterson Habitat for Humanity, or are able to make a financial donation, please click here Donate Now! or Volunteer. Paterson Habitat is working every day on and off the construction site to fight the affordable housing crisis.

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