Campaign for Change Celebrates Start of 6th Home Build with Habitat for Humanity

On Saturday, February 9, 2019 Strike celebrated the start of their 6th home build with Habitat for Humanity Montgomery County Texas. Habitat for Humanity exists to help local residents in need build their own homes alongside volunteers, and pay an affordable mortgage. Habitat also provides low cost home repairs, financial literacy and empowerment education, and revitalizes neighborhoods.

Strike has been involved with Habitat for six years and the projects remain an important cause for both Strike employees and Campaign for Change volunteers. No experience is necessary to help raise the walls for a deserving family. Volunteers meet on scheduled Saturdays until the home is complete alongside the family receiving the home.

The 2019 home build is for the Rodriquez family. Guillermo and Priscilla, along with their son Angel, have had a difficult and not yet ended path. Years ago, Priscilla helped her parents accumulate sweat equity hours for their Habitat home. Now her and family are working towards their own home with Habitat. 

Priscilla has an autoimmune disease that manifested itself when she was 17 years old, being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. Many tests and treatments have caused her depleted energy and strength. The young couple was told a child would be unlikely due to these health issues. Like an angel, their son arrived two years later; hence the name “Angel.”

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Campaign for Change and Habitat for Humanity, please visit  contact

Campaign for Change is a community advocacy initiative at Strike.  Since its inception in 2012, the mission has been to raise awareness and educate the Strike team on the importance of giving; to provide opportunities for them to give of their time and resources to the local communities we live and work in; and to impact others by challenging themselves to become the best they can be. Each quarter, Strike employees have the opportunity to partner with a chosen organization to make a difference in the lives of those that need it most. For more information, visit

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