Stanley Black & Decker builds for Habitat, leaves tools behind
August 18, 2015 ByAnthony Capkun
August 18, 2015 – Today, Stanley Black & Decker (SB&D) Canada employees participated in the Habitat for Humanity Adopt-a-Day Challenge GTA (Greater Toronto Area); after their day onsite, the Dewalt and Stanley tools used in the build were donated to Habitat GTA.
“Our involvement with Habitat GTA is a significant part of the company’s 100 Days of Giving campaign. Not only will our employees be able to brush-up their construction skills, we will all leave with a greater sense of pride and accomplishment,” said Joe Di Ilio, president of SB&D Canada.
Habitat for Humanity GTA’s Adopt-a-Day Program is an employee engagement experience with a 28-year-history of giving employees a way to give back to their community. Habitat GTA serves the areas of Brampton, Caledon, Toronto and York Region.
PHOTO: Joe Di Ilio, president, Stanley Black & Decker Canada (left) and Liz Etsell (right), volunteer site coordinator for Habitat for Humanity GTA, with the Dewalt Canada team. Photo courtesy SB&D Canada.
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