TULSA – Around 50 volunteers will be building walls by hand starting this week to aid in the completion of two houses that will soon be called home.
The nonprofit group, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, is partnering with John Zink Hamworthy Combustion to complete the houses. Volunteers gathered at Zink campus to construct walls for the two homes.
During the building process, the John Zink group presented the Tulsa Habitat for Humanity with a $10,000 donation to pay for the construction materials for the walls.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TULSA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY’S HOME OWNERSHIP PROGRAM HERE
When the pre-constructed walls are finished, they will be transported by trucks provided by John Zink to the Kendall Whittier neighborhood to the homes being built there.
Then on October 15, the volunteers will help to attach the walls to the homes.
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