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Crane Pumps & Systems 2014 Habitat for Humanity Project

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Crane Pumps & Systems 2014 Habitat for Humanity Project

Crane Pumps & Systems particpates in Habitat for Humanity projects each year in their local community in Piqua, OH. Habitat for Humanity provides affordable and safe housing for more than 4 million people worldwide.

Recently, five CP&S teams volunteered both during the work day and on the weekends to build an affordable home for a single mother and her three daughters.

Crane Company has a long rich history in philanthropy and community support.  CP&S is honored to be a part of this rich history and in servicing both their employees and the community in which we work. It’s great to se CP&S continuing that tradition through this project here in Piqua, OH.

See the teams in action in their 2014 Habitat for Humanity Video:

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2 responses to “Crane Pumps & Systems 2014 Habitat for Humanity Project”

  1. adolfo gomez says:

    I would like to know more.

    Also what is done overseas

  2. Thank you for your interest. For more information on Crane Pumps & Systems products and solutions please visit http://www.cranepumps.com or contact cranepumps@cranepumps.com.

    For more information on Habitat for Humanity please visit http://www.habitat.org/.

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