Whirlpool once again with Habitat for Humanity


Whirlpool goes on with its commitment for Habitat for Humanity following a new project in the Midwest, as part of Habitat for Humanity’s35th Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project.
Habitat for Humanity’s Carter Work Project will see hundreds of volunteers – including former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn – working side-by-side with homeowners to build, repair or improve 41 homes as part of the project.

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In addition to supporting Habitat’s Carter Work Project, Whirlpool Corporation will be sending 75 employees to assist with the build. In more than 18 years of partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Whirlpool has developed active programs in more than 45 countries with a commitment of more than 107 million dollar. In the United States and Canada, the company has donated more than 191,000 ranges and refrigerators to new Habitat homes, serving more than 100,000 families.
«On behalf of all our over 4000 employees and full-time contractors located in our headquarter community in Southwest Michigan, we are thrilled to celebrate the continuation of our partnership with Habitat for Humanity and to again participate in the Jimmy Carter Work Project – said Jeff Noel, corporate vice president of communications & public affairs for Whirlpool Corporation. – For nearly two decades, our organization and employees have been dedicated to improving people’s everyday lives through our collaboration with Habitat for Humanity. We have continued to see the ongoing impact from the Jimmy Carter Work Project in Benton Harbor from the 1995 build and are honored to participate in this year’s build in which the positive impact on people and community will last for generations.»