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Daymark Volunteers Support Habitat for Humanity

Posted by Daymark Public Relations

Mon, Aug 20, 2018

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During two hot July days a team of dedicated Daymark employees traded a couple of days in the office for a great cause at the build site of the current Habitat for Humanity project in Boston. The Daymark group of volunteers worked tirelessly on the construction of Habitat Greater Boston’s newest location, a five-unit condominium on Balina Place in Dorchester, MA. The units at Balina Place will be three stories, approximately 1,300 square feet each, and each unit will have three or four bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living room-dining area.

Daymark has been supporting Habitat for Humanity since 2013. We thank all our volunteers for giving back to the community. Anyone wishing to donate to Habitat for Humanity can do so here.

Habitat Greater Boston was established in 1987 to serve the City of Boston and the surrounding 25 cities and towns as an independent affiliate of Habitat International. With a mission to help families help themselves by providing an opportunity to break generational cycles of poverty through homeownership, Habitat Greater Boston builds low-cost homes by forming partnerships with low income families in need of decent and affordable housing, and believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to live in a safe, decent environment.