Three of WorkSmart’s team members joined Habitat for Humanity of Wake County on Friday, April 16 for a charity Deconstruction event. Joined by other Triangle-based business people and the Habitat for Humanity Deconstruction team, WorkSmart helped gather useable building materials from a residential home being torn down. These salvaged materials are donated to the Habitat Restore who will then sell the building materials at a lower cost to the general public, using the profits to help build Habitat Homes within the community.


“It was a great experience,” noted WorkSmart’s Client Engagement Assistant, Marissa Libman. “Rather than simply donating money to a great cause, I donated my time and ‘broke a sweat’ to help families in need.”

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WorkSmart policies allow team members to take one day off per calendar year to volunteer. We believe it is important for our organization to give back to the communities.