Home Depot Employees On ‘Team Depot’ Rehab Apartments for Veterans


By boston.cbslocal.com
Volunteering their time to help veterans: it’s a project that took only a day, but makes a permanent difference. On Tuesday, about 30 Home Depot employees pitched in to rehab the Veteran’s Transition House in New Bedford, and they told us they’re getting as much as they’re giving.
“Team Depot” swoops in with people power and supplies, and leaves the place a lot better than they found it.
“We’re doing two kitchens and also painting a bedroom, a living room and a kitchen, too,” says David Rocha, a Home Depot manager.
The Home Depot employees come from 10 stores and are giving their own time to renovate two apartments at the Veteran’s Transition House, an agency helping vets with housing and other services.
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