OCP Toledo teamed up with Dunbar Mechanical, Laibe Electric, and VM Systems to build two homes for Habitat for Humanity. In total, the combined team spent close to 2,000 hours on the project. The families joyfully received the keys to their brand new homes.
Both homes went to families with hardworking single mothers.
Tyniece is a single mother of two children, and Jessica, a single mother of three. Jessica explained, "It's a wonderful experience; I am beyond blessed. Now we have a safe and affordable place to live. My kids have their own rooms, and I was able to show them anything is possible."
Habitat for Humanity greatly aligns with OCP's same passion for people and the community.
Around the globe, Habitat for Humanity homes follow the same guiding principles, they are modestly sized to keep construction and maintenance costs affordable. All Habitat for Humanity homes are built using quality, locally available materials.
Habitat homeowners pay a modest mortgage without interest rates. Oftentimes, homebuyers put in hundreds of hours of sweat equity, and help build their own homes and the homes of others within the program.
OCP is proud to provide these two families a better future with homes of quality craftsmanship. To learn more about Habitat for Humanity, visit https://www.habitat.org/