A team of volunteers from Lexmark headquarters in Lexington, Ky., recently completed the company’s 22nd Habitat for Humanity house in the city. The home was built for Cecile Kahindo, who fled war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo 10 years ago. After four years in a refugee camp in Uganda, she made her way to Lexington. She and her daughters had been living […] Read More
By Scott Shive Thanks to the dedication, hard work and sweat of Lexmark employees, a Congolese refugee and her four young children have a brand-new home. Lexmark recently dedicated its 21st corporate-sponsored Habitat for Humanity house in the Brookfield Chase neighborhood of Lexington, Ky. According to Lexington Habitat CEO Rachel Smith Childress, Lexmark has fully sponsored more families with homeownership […] Read More
Building a home with a family and enabling home ownership is what motivates many Lexmark employees when volunteering to help build a Habitat House for the Lexington Habitat for Humanity. Lexmark employees, retirees and their families recently began construction of the 20th Habitat for Humanity house in Lexington.
A Lexington family has realized their dream of owning a home thanks to the passionate work of some 125 Lexmark volunteers. Employees, retirees and their families collectively volunteered approximately 1,800 hours to build the Habitat for Humanity house over the course of about seven weekends. This week Lexmark dedicated the house, handing the keys to Juan Cervantes, his wife, Leticia, […] Read More