FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NOV 17, 2014
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Bruce Redenz of MDNA Member firm Madison Tool Inc. received the Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, Wisconsin ‘Volunteer of the Year’ 2014 Award. In October of 2014 Bruce and other award recipients were honored at a special banquet that featured keynote speaker Amy Matthews, Host, HGTV’s Renovation Raiders.
On earning this achievement Bruce stated “Habitat is a really special organization that makes a huge difference each day in the lives of the families it serves and the communities it builds. I have witnessed first-hand the stability and quality-of-life which the opportunity to own simple, affordable, livable housing brings to our Habitat homeowners. With volunteers working alongside homeowners and their future neighbors, we become a family. Receiving this award is an honor which I am humbled by, but frankly, the excitement I see when a future Habitat homeowner tells a group of volunteers, “This is going to be my family’s home” is the greatest reward I could hope for.”
The Machinery Dealers National Association congratulates Bruce on this great achievement. MDNA Executive Vice President, Mark Robinson says “I’m thankful for this kind of dedication and drive from Bruce and from all of our members. MDNA is a volunteer run non-profit and our members serve not just our association but those less fortunate, in our communities and around the world and people like Bruce Redenz are setting a great example for the future leaders of MDNA.”
About HABITAT FOR HUMANITY- WI, DC:
Habitat for Humanity of Dane County provides simple, decent, affordable housing for families who might not otherwise become homeowners. Eligible families pay monthly mortgage payments on a 0% interest loan, and contribute from 325 to 375 hours of sweat equity in the building of their homes. Habitat for Humanity has served more than 225 families in Dane County. For more information on Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, call 608-255-1549 or visit www.habitatdane.org
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