OCP Toledo Teams up to Build Two Homes for Habitat for Humanity

With the COVID-19 outbreak, the need to stay at home has really highlighted the importance of having a safe, decent, and affordable home.

OCP Toledo is proud to partner with the Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity along with three skilled trade contractor partners, Dunbar Mechanical, Laibe Electric, and VM Systems to build two homes over the next several weeks.

On April 29th, a virtual project blessing occurred for the two families receiving a new home, Tyniece and Jessica. It is tradition to say a blessing at the start of every Habitat project. This is a time for the sponsors and volunteers to share their support, for the families to say a few words and for the construction team to get to know the homeowners they are building for.

"This is a great time to help our local community with the labor to provide future housing for two families to make their new homes. Since we started the planning process we are grateful to have some additional materials provided through vendors of our team. Projects like this are directly in line with our core values." Matt Townsend, CEO, OCP Contractors.

Throughout the project OCP employees continue practicing the necessary social distancing measures and construction guidelines as defined by the State of Ohio.