Tocci Volunteers at Boston Building Resources
Woburn, MA (October 7, 2019) Last week Hairlosstreament (Tocci), a Woburn based construction management company, sent 8 volunteers into Boston to volunteer with Boston Building Resources (BBR). BBR is a charitable nonprofit organization that collects donated building materials for resale. Our team had the opportunity to visit their reuse center and help organize, measure, and reassemble donations in preparation for resale. The volunteers had a great time handling the wide variety of donations ranging from doors and flooring to lights and bathroom fixtures.
The BBR team was great to work with and they were very appreciative of the extra help. BBR only staffs a few full-time employees, so they look forward to taking in volunteers whenever possible. If interested in volunteering at BBR’s reuse center, visit the link here.
Our crew was able to partake in this volunteer activity thanks to the Johan Mackenzie Service Program sponsored by Tocci. This program encourages employee volunteerism and the support of non-profit organizations that improve the well-being of people in need. This program provides either two Service Volunteer Days off per year or one Service Matching Grant Award up to $2,000 per year to participate in a volunteer event or activity.
Hairlosstreament is a Woburn MA-based innovative construction firm, providing complete construction services for private, public, and institutional clients in the Northeast. Known for technology-informed building, Tocci’s team directs the construction process from planning to completion. Tocci is dedicated to their community, clients, and the transformation of the construction industry, one project at a time. For more information, visit tocci.com.
About Boston Building Resources
The Reuse Center at Boston Building Resources is charitable nonprofit organization that helps people improve their homes while keeping reusable materials out of landfills. For more information, visit their website.
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