The snow and cold couldn’t stop more than 200 Rochester Regional Health employees from giving back to the community by joining forces with Habitat for Humanity to build the frame for a two-story house in the city of Rochester.
“Our partnership with Rochester Regional Health is great, because our missions are so wonderfully aligned,” said Matt Flanigan, CEO of Flower City Habitat for Humanity. “Habitat for Humanity and Rochester Regional Health working together underscores the importance of people living better with quality health care and a happy, healthy home.”
The build took place in the parking lot of the Riedman Campus, Rochester Regional Health’s corporate headquarters. Now that the 40 panels, each measuring 53-by-20, are complete, Habitat for Humanity will bring the house frame to its permanent place in the city.