Regence Provides a Foundation to Build on!

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Regence and Habitat for Humanity have once again partnered, this time in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Regence.  This year we welcomed Regence employees as they joined us on the build site and worked alongside Future Homeowners and our many dedicated volunteers to build in the Summerlynd Neighborhood in Mount Vernon.  As part of this partnership Regence has pledged $5,000 to Skagit Habitat for Humanity as well.  Thank you Regence.  Your contribution will pay for half of the next foundation poured at the Summerlynd development, giving a family in our community stability for generations to come!

Regence, rooted in a commitment to the communities they serve since June 2, 1917, was built on the idea of neighbors helping neighbors.  This is a perfect fit for a partnership with Habitat for Humanity as we help Future Homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

In an article featured in the Seattle Business Magazine, John Levesque discusses Regence’s centennial and how Regence grew from a small communal collective to covering more than 2.4 million people in four states.  Read the full article “Past Experience: Most Happy Fellers” in the Seattle Business Magazine.

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We also want to thank Olive Garden in Burlington for providing lunch on the day Regence was on site.  They provided an elaborate feast of salad, bread sticks and build your own pasta that included a variety of noodles, sauces and toppers as well!  Thank you for building strength in our crew as they worked alongside the Regence employees and Future Habitat Homeowners.  We truly appreciate your continued support to Skagit Habitat as well as Habitat affiliates across the Country.

 

Regence build day photos