Westbury, N.Y.-based Crystorama has announced a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Long Island, an affiliate of the nonprofit organization Habitat for Humanity International, which helps people in communities around the world build a place they can call home. This charitable initiative aims to enhance the living conditions of families in need, illuminating their homes with brightness, warmth, and a renewed sense of hope. Through this collaboration, Crystorama demonstrates its commitment to social responsibility and dedication to empowering communities by providing essential resources for a better future.
“Habitat for Humanity of Long Island is extremely grateful to partner with Crystorama on two affordable housing projects. Crystorama’s generous donation of high-end lighting for these homes not only helps us beautify the space that will be occupied by two hardworking families but frees up funds that will now be used to give even more families a hand up to homeownership,” says Chris McNamee, Senior Director/Construction at Habitat for Humanity of Long Island.
Construction will officially begin on Monday, June 26, when Long Island CEOs and top executives tear down the existing structure at 256 Commack Road, Mastic Beach, to make way for a new affordable home. In September, Crystorama executives and a dozen employees will volunteer their time to bring the building plans to life for one deserving family.
“We are thrilled to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Long Island on their mission to build homes and change the lives of the people within. Their mission resonates deeply with our core belief that every space has the power to inspire and uplift. We are dedicated to illuminating not only the structure but also the memories and stories that truly transform a house to feel like a home,” said Nancy Lonoff, Creative Director at Crystorama.