Transcript for 'Hammers for Habitat' Helps NJ Family
Ging. I'm in times square. In a house. We're building a home inside times square with our sponsor Lowe's. Take a look at what's happening. All this work partnering with habitat for humanity. A huge effort to bring hammers for habitat to people who really need it. This morning this house is being built for Leslie Morris and her family from sea bright, new Jersey, they lost their homes in hurricane sandy and something that is happening a lot all over the nation obviously. We are joined with Dennis Knowles and you are with Lowe's, of course, the U.S. Store executive. Tell us about this effort. Well, hammers for habitat is an effort to drive volunteers, you know, rebuilding communities is not a do it yourself job. We need a lot of volunteers and this is an effort to raise over 100,000 volunteers across the United States. We have ten of these going on across the country and we have our Lowe's hero, employees are here today and local volunteers from habitat and we need more. The families get involved too. Absolutely. The family, absolutely, are involved. You know. Yeah. Help us put this window in. I'm going to help real quick and give you an idea what's happening. There's my little effort. There we go and that window is all the way in.
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