Nicole Wright presents the keys to Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Cemita Gibbs and Fund Development Coordinator Jill Hatley.
Alcoa Power Generating Inc. recently donated a 2001 Ford pickup F-250 extended cab truck to Stanly County Habitat for Humanity.
“Alcoa has been a fantastic community partner and we are so grateful for their continued support of Habitat for Humanity. We will put this truck to good use delivering materials and supplies between projects,” said Cemita Gibbs, executive director of Stanly County Habitat for Humanity.
Alcoa has previously donated land to Habitat for Humanity to build homes in Badin.
“Stanly County Habitat for Humanity has completed 45 homes in Stanly County and is currently working on #46. Habitat’s no interest mortgages allow families to attain the ‘American Dream’ of homeownership, but we also strive to unite businesses, churches, organizations and individuals together for one common goal of giving back to their community. Alcoa is a great community partner and recognizes the value giving back,” Gibbs said.
“We have tremendous respect and appreciation for the work that Habitat for Humanity does to make our community a better place. We’re delighted to provide this truck to help Habitat accomplish its work,” said Nicole Wright, Alcoa’s Foundation Coordinator.