Morris Habitat for Humanity Volunteer, Robert Roselli NJ, Helps Build Houses

Los Angeles, California, 19th April 2024, ZEX PR WIRE, Robert Roselli NJ, the CEO of 34 Sherman LLC, has been volunteering at Morris Habitat for Humanity. Morris Habitat for Humanity is a local organization that strives to provide homes to families in need. The organization has been around since the 1990s with the goal of building houses while also educating people on how they can make an impact. Robert has volunteered with the company for several years and exemplifies this commitment by going above and beyond on every construction site he manages. He completed projects in 2018 and 2019 which were all successful— thanks to his hard work.

“When you’re able to help somebody and it’s a pay-it-forward type of situation, I think that’s very rewarding,” Robert said. “There’s no reason not to be grateful for what we do have in this world.”

Robert started volunteering because he wanted to give back to the community. He loves that Morris Habitat for Humanity has a wonderful cause and truly cares about its volunteers.

For every home built, every individual gets their own chance at life which is why Robert rarely misses days of volunteering because he knows how worthy the organization is. His dedication shows in all his projects as well. He never stops working until everything is perfect and up to par with what the company expects from him and everyone else who does this hard work. The sense of pride alone makes it worth it.

There are many reasons why you should consider volunteering in your free time, but one of the most important ones is being able to give back to the community. By doing something selfless, we’re able to feel gratitude each day, rather than feeling entitled or undeserving of what we have in life.

Volunteer work is worth it for many reasons including the ability to make a difference in someone else’s life. It can also be enjoyed when you feel like part of a team, which makes the hard hours more fulfilling than one may expect. It’s worth noting that you have a chance of meeting new people. Even if you don’t speak to anyone, the overall experience is what matters most. While building houses may sound like a lot of work, it’s all worth it when you see the results at the end. The hard hours are definitely worth it.

The 14 Belton Street project was one of Robert’s projects. Robert was able to help the Salazar family in making their dreams a reality. In the spring of 2019, inside framing began, and a new roof and siding were installed. It was completed in August of the same year. Alisha Salazar, who works in the insurance industry, is the new owner of the house. Robert Roselli’s contributions to this project were extremely beneficial. Salazar’s family expressed their appreciation and delight upon moving into their new home after the Habitat for Humanity house renovation was completed.

It’s definitely fulfilling to see volunteers who want to make an impact through their charity work, but for people who are busy working and still want to do charity work, Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore will also be grateful to receive donations such as furniture and appliances to help families complete their dream house. Old furniture and appliances are fixed and sold at affordable prices. The money generated from these donations will be used in building future homes.

There are many volunteer opportunities all around us and are not just confined to construction projects. Many of these volunteer work offer new experiences to teach others which is also helpful for individuals who want to learn something new. Doing something good for other people and the community is what it’s all about, and Robert Roselli knows this better than anyone. He is a living example of what volunteering can do to change someone’s life and make it better. Volunteer work may not come easy to everyone, but there are numerous benefits involved.

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