Indianapolis-headquartered CPA firm Katz, Sapper & Miller partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County to take on a week-long rehab project of an existing home in Noblesville, Ind., Nov. 4-8.
As part of the firm’s annual community service project, more than 200 employees donated 1,100 work hours to build, renovate and repair the home in five business days.
“We are excited to team up with Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County for the second year in a row,” said David Resnick, managing partner of Katz, Sapper & Miller, in a statement. “As a firm, we have a role to play in improving the quality of life in Indianapolis and the surrounding communities. We are honored to work alongside Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County and make a positive impact through our volunteers.”
The home was acquired by Habitat for Humanity through a partnership with Bank of America, Habitat for Humanity International, Noblesville Housing Authority and the Hamilton County Commissioners.
“We are so pleased to once again partner with Katz, Sapper & Miller on this unique build,” stated Rhett Cecil, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County. “The work that will be done by the firm’s employees in just five days might have otherwise taken months to complete. We are so fortunate to have partner resources like Katz, Sapper & Miller who help us in advancing our mission.”