Improving the World and How People Live

Improving the World and How People Live

At HHHunt, our vision is “To improve the world and how people live by creating meaningful experiences and places of great distinction.” Every day we strive to meet this vision by embracing our Brand Promises and Values.

One important Brand Promise is our commitment to being an Engaged Community Partner. HHHunt team members spend countless hours volunteering each year, adding to the vibrancy and health of our local communities. Earlier this year, we announced a new corporate partnership with Habitat for Humanity. Habitat’s vision of creating “a world where everyone has a decent place to live” aligns perfectly with HHHunt.

What many don’t realize is there are many opportunities to partner with Habitat beyond building houses. From ReStore volunteering and donations to neighborhood revitalization and home repairs for senior citizens, there are so many ways to help. And HHHunt team members are already taking advantage of this new partnership.

Team members from Auston Woods apartment community volunteered with Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte.  Per Ashley Kuzma, Leasing Consultant, “It was a great experience and we look forward to volunteering regularly with Habitat in the future.”

Steve Fritz, President of HHHunt Homes, participated in Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, North Carolina’s CEO Build. Last week, HHHunt Homes of Hampton Roads & Williamsburg donated $6,000 worth of furniture from our model homes in Liberty Crossing and Quarterpath to the Williamsburg ReStore and HHHunt Homes of Richmond donated $13,000 worth of furniture from our model home in the Highlands to local ReStores.

Most recently, we have partnered with Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley in their Home for Good initiative that will not only provide a home to a deserving family but will beautify and revitalize the entire block.

As an engaged community partner, HHHunt is proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity to bring housing opportunities to families all across Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina and we encourage you to consider being a Habitat for Humanity volunteer in your area. Because it’s How You Live that Matters.