Scotlynn Group helps Habitat for Humanity Brant house build project

by Truck News

SIMCOE, Ont. – The Scotlynn Group, a multinational transportation and agriculture organization, has launched an ‘employee giving campaign’ called Scotlynn Cares, which will help Habitat for Humanity Brant’s first home build project in Simcoe, Ont.

Launched by Scotlynn’s Scott Biddle and his senior management team, the campaign donated $5,000 to the project and invited a group of employees to participate as an ‘adopt a day’ corporate team day later this summer, which will offer employees a chance to share the donation challenge with family and friends.

Scotlynn Cares is encouraging people to donate to the Habitat for Humanity Brant project, which builds and sells homes to low income families.

Individuals and companies can also help by organizing a barbecue lunch, donating proceeds or allowing employees to take a day off work to assist with the home build project.

Scotlynn employees will be on site to help build the home at 95 Patterson Ave. alongside Amanda Ellah, the selected partner family.

According to Habitat for Humanity Brant’s website, 45 people have donated to the Simcoe project so far, totaling $1,830. To donate visit

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