On July 15th, we closed shop for Coraggio’s second annual Volunteer Day with North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity. Coraggians turned in their laptops for a little sweat equity to help build a four bedroom, two bath, two car garage home in Woodburn, Oregon. Twelve interior walls were framed and installed by our capable team—we hammered hundreds of nails and had a great time engaging with one another to contribute our time and energy to a great cause. “It felt good to build a house again” stated Colin Stoetzel, Coraggio’s Senior Business Analyst “volunteering with Habitat made me miss my construction days and I’m excited for the next opportunity to volunteer.”
With only two minor finger smashes and a handful of sore muscles the next day, overall Coraggio’s Volunteer Day was a huge success. Special thanks to Angela Swensen, our Air Traffic Controller, for coordinating an inspiring and successful day!
The Woodburn home that Coraggio helped to build is the 44th project that NWV Habitat for Humanity is building for a local deserving family. For more information on how you can get involved with NWV Habitat for Humanity visit: http://www.nwvhabitat.org