Nissan is about supporting community and as part of their philanthropic endeavors; the Japan-owned automotive giant has spent the last decade working with Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI). In total, Nissan has helped build 77 homes as part of their partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
For those who don’t know, Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-governmental, and nonprofit organization founded in 1976 with a mission to build “simple, decent, and affordable” housing. A self-described “Christian housing ministry,” Habitat strives to battle issues of poverty housing all over the world and is committed to making sure families have affordable housing that they can maintain.
AlwaysAList.com traveled to Nashville recently to support the Nissan Media House, a Habitat home built with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville for Rahmi Marfing and Awadia Mohamed. We all drove the Nissan Titan Pro-4X to the location site in Antioch, Tennessee to get the full experience of what typical day in the life of a construction worker is really like.
Nissan executives, media guests, influencers and other brand partners worked together to help construct the home for Rahmi and Awadia, who had their ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 28, 2016.