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DEARBORN – Habitat for Humanity Detroit is completing a milestone project in the city with help from Ford Motor Company and its iconic F-150 pickup truck.
A fleet of 2013 Ford F-150 trucks is delivering supplies today to build the 100th home in Habitat for Humanity Detroit’s housing project in the city’s Morningside Commons neighborhood. The donated two-by-fours and other materials will be used for the home’s construction by volunteers, including members of Ford Volunteer Corps.
Ford has built a reputation for making a difference through volunteerism. Each year members of Ford Volunteer Corps – supported by more than 25,000 Ford employees, retirees and dealers – take on projects in 30 countries, such as building houses, packing food and providing a variety of services to underserved communities.
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