A team of Flow-Rite employees recently traded their office and manufacturing workstations for a construction site when they volunteered for a Habitat for Humanity project, said a press release.
Together, the group of eight worked to help a local Grand Rapids, Michigan family pursue their dreams of attaining safe, clean, and affordable housing. Flow-Rite is a manufacturer of injection-molded marine and RV fluid control components.
“One of Flow-Rite’s core values is to serve a greater purpose,” said company president Todd Hart. “By volunteering, our team members have done something beyond themselves. Their hard work has the potential to positively impact a family for generations to come.”
Flow-Rite has a long history of community involvement throughout the Kent County, Michigan area.
Habitat for Humanity of Kent County provides individuals and families with a brighter future. Founded in 1983, it has served more than 600 families and built more than 400 homes. The organization contributes more than $1.5 million in economic impact to the local Grand Rapids economy.
Flow-Rite is a vertically integrated company that designs and manufactures a wide range of fluid control and IoT devices. Its single-point lead-acid battery watering systems are used extensively in boats and RVs.
The company’s marine line includes livewell, baitwell, and ballast solutions with unique Qwik-Lok connectors. Its products are made using green production processes and materials.