Habitat for Humanity receives $35K donation to help preserve Orlando homes

ORLANDO, Fla. — Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando and Osceola County received a large donation Friday.


Fortune 500 company Wesco gave $35,000 to provide affordable home inspections and repairs in Central Florida.

Team members helped build homes in the Silver Pines Pointe community.

The Home Preservation Program ensures people have safe homes year-round, especially with the upcoming hurricane season.

Read: Habitat for Humanity dedicates two new homes

The logistics company said it would help with housing projects over the next year.

Wesco team members will also volunteer to help build future Orlando homes.

Habitat’s home maintenance program selects families based on income and need.

Read: Volunteers work to build new homes though Habitat for Humanity in Seminole County

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