SALEM, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WEI, an award-winning New England-based technology solution provider is intently focused on bettering the lives of its employees and the surrounding community. Through their work, the company has contributed to the success of Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity’s soon to be completed, first ever Veteran Build, and this year participated in the National Women Build campaign. For the past two years, WEI has helped to build homes for the community with Habitat for Humanity through their community outreach and sustainability initiative, WEI StepsUP.
The program, WEI StepsUP, allows all WEI employees time to help out at local non-profit organizations. Each team member is offered up to 4 hours of paid time per month to do volunteer work with the company’s selected charities.
WEI encourages volunteerism in the workplace and supports many charities. For more than 25 years, various charities have been supported including those fighting hunger, poverty and homelessness. WEI also hosts community leaders at the WEI facility to meet and discuss local issues.
“We were thrilled to participate in this year’s Veteran Build and Women Build Week with Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity,” said WEI Co-Founder and Vice President Leslie Rosas. “It’s very exciting to be a part of such a prestigious project and we’re happy that State Senator Barbara L’Italien was able to join us! WEI is proud to continue our tradition of community-minded service, and we look forward to working with Habitat for Humanity for years to come.”
Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity (MVHH) was the beneficiary of both service and financial contributions. This year, WEI came out for a day of building and made a cash contribution to the mission of building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. WEI’s contribution of time and treasure to Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity is supporting the completion of Veteran Build, and the start of the next two-family home.
“We look forward to expanding our reach into the northern part of our footprint this coming fall with a property in Salisbury, MA for a build on six to eight homes,” said Executive Director of MVHH, Randy Larson. “In this expansion we hope to expose communities to a greater sense of what Merrimack Valley Habitat offers, and begin to direct our efforts up into the areas we serve in New Hampshire – including: Salem, Atkinson and Plaistow.”
WEI’s employees are making a noticeable mark on the community around them through their community involvement. For more information about WEI’s local outreach efforts, visit www.WEI.com.
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