Local GE #Retirees continue to support community with commitment of Time, Talent, Treasure
General Electric Co. may have closed their plant in Daytona Beach in 1994, but the GE Volunteers (General Electric retirees) have not stopped working. They have generously committed their time, knowledge, talents and energy in helping numerous non-profits in the community, including Halifax Habitat for Humanity. Their impact to the Habitat mission is notable. They have worked on more than 100 homes – doing many of the construction jobs that require expertise – and have volunteered alongside the future Homeowner as well as the team that sponsored the house build.
Read more at The Daytona-Beach News Journal.