Arkema, a leader in specialty materials, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for a sponsorship at the Community Builder level. Through its three-year sponsorship, Arkema will provide a total of $330,000 in funding, donate its sustainable building products and offer its technical expertise, and contribute employee volunteers to help build homes in addition to other programs to support Philadelphians. Arkema’s contributions will help Habitat Philadelphia to increase homeownership rates for people of color, creating strong and stable communities.
“While Arkema has supported Habitat Philadelphia for many years, we look forward to working with them as dedicated partners to continue to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Together, we will transform communities.”
Philadelphia is a city that we love and a big part of our story, with Arkema’s roots in the region dating back to the 1800s. We’re proud to partner with Habitat Philadelphia to provide local families with healthy, affordable homes.
Supporting our communities is core to Arkema’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ambition and our values. This partnership allows us to give back to our hometown in many ways and we’re excited to demonstrate how Arkema Builds Community.”
With its North America headquarters in King of Prussia, Pa., and other local sites in Exton and Birdsboro, Pa., and in Paulsboro, N.J., Arkema has more than 850 employees in the Philadelphia region. Learn more.
About Habitat for Humanity PhiladelphiaHabitat for Humanity Philadelphia builds strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia transforms lives and our city by building and repairing quality homes in partnership with families in need and by uniting all Philadelphians around the cause of affordable housing.
Since 1985, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia has built and sold 248 energy-efficient homes to first-time homeowners, and strategically partnered with more than 750 homeowners and their families to provide critical home repairs. For more information, visit www.habitatphiladelphia.org