FSE Employees Help Build Home
FSE employees at Synchrony in Kettering, OH once again volunteered their time and energy to help build a home in Fairborn, OH with Habitat for Humanity. After Synchrony employees built wall panels at the Fifth Third Field in Dayton, OH, FSE employees "provided the muscle," explains Angie Hogan, Administrative Assistant at Synchrony Kettering. "They incredibly unloaded more than 60 wall panels at the house."
Habitat for Humanity, which through the help of donors and volunteers, works to help those in need to build strength, stability and self-reliance. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
When asked why he volunteered at the new house in Fairborn, Charles Hogan, Project Manager at Synchrony Kettering, stated, "Volunteering gives a sense of pride and accomplishment that you can't get from anything else."