Habitat For Humanity Gets Truck From Nissan For Housing


PONTIAC — Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County is partnering with Nissan to provide Habitat with a NV 2500 to make their projects easier and more efficient, and to allow for an additional fully outfitted crew to work on multiple job sites.

“This vehicle increases the capacity for builds because materials can be transported to more than one site,” Tim Ruggles, executive director and CEO of Habitat Oakland said. “Flexibility like this is huge as it increases the number of projects we can complete, including both rehabs and new-builds.”

The partnership between Habitat for Humanity and Nissan began in 2005.  Since then, Nissan North America has donated more than $10.6 million to support housing worldwide.