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Griffin Electric Sponsors Local Habitat for Humanity Project

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Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc., in conjunction with the Holliston Housing Trust and the MetroWest / Greater Worcester chapter of Habitat for Humanity, is a proud Home Build Sponsor for what will be two single-family homes on Chamberlain Street in Holliston.

Habitat for Humanity is an international nonprofit organization that “advocates for affordable housing, promotes dignity and hope, and supports sustainable and transformative development.” It relies on volunteers and the donations of individuals, businesses, and organizations from communities all around the world.

Griffin Electric, a leading area electrical subcontractor, will send a number of employee volunteers to assist with the project over the course of several Saturday’s during the next three months. Alongside the future homeowners, the Griffin team will lend a hand with general construction efforts for the two homes, which will each contain three bedrooms and 1.5 baths upon completion.

Griffin Electric is committed to the betterment of the community and assists with charitable causes throughout the year. Homeownership is an exciting milestone but can be a financial burden for many; the Griffin team is proud to be able to play a part in this worthwhile program and give back.

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