Honeywell created its Housing and Shelter program because we care about our neighbors and our neighborhoods. We understand just how important a safe home is to personal well-being and peace of mind. Since 2003, more than 18,500 Honeywell employees have volunteered their time to repair nearly 590 homes and non-profit centers in more than 50 Honeywell Hometown communities, bringing happiness and security to thousands of our neighbors.
For more than 100 years, creating safe, secure and comfortable – from thermostats to alarm systems – has been a vital part of the Honeywell story. This history made our affiliation with Rebuilding Together® a natural next step. Now, Honeywell employees across North America support Rebuilding Together through volunteer efforts and contributions, providing home and community center rehabilitation for low-income homeowners and neighborhoods across the United States. Together, we’re giving a helping hand to those who need it most.
In Wichita, Kansas, more than 40 volunteers built fences, refurbished a playground, stained a gazebo and landscaped the grounds of the Dear Neighbor Ministries’ StepStone residence, which provides transitional housing and support services to assist those affected by domestic violence.