On Mother’s Day weekend, 30 ADT volunteers helped single mom Kendra Wilson get closer to moving into her new three-bedroom house in Boynton Beach, Florida.
They painted, pulled weeds, and trimmed trees.
“I am overjoyed,” said Kendra. “This is the first home I’ve ever owned and I’m so grateful for all the kindness.”
Besides the free labor, Kendra is also getting an ADT security system and ADT Solar rooftop solar system, marking the first safe, smart, and sustainable home ADT has built with Habitat for Humanity.
Volunteers came from all areas of ADT; Corporate, CSB, Commercial, and Solar.
“I loved getting to know my new ADT colleagues by working alongside them to benefit Kendra and this community,” said Tara Grant, ADT Solar.
Mike Lohr from ADT Commercial helped transform a jungle into a backyard and Elizabeth Rivera from Corporate IT painted door and window trim.
Boynton Beach Mayor Ty Penserga inspired the team by talking about how their work is helping mitigate the housing crisis.
Local news covered the event.
Other ADT and Habitat volunteer projects are planned this summer in the New Orleans area (home of ADT Solar), Denver, and Las Vegas.