OTISFIELD, MAINE | Over 100 volunteers from the New England Division of Toll Brothers, Inc. spent June 5 at the Seeds of Peace Camp helping prepare the site for its 18th season.
Toll Brothers, Inc. is one of America’s leading luxury home builders and Bob Toll, Chairman & CEO, is a member of the Board of Directors of Seeds of Peace.
This is the 12th consecutive year that Toll Brothers, Inc. employees, friends and family from all over the northeast headed to Maine with their hand tools and power tools, paint cans and paint brushes, rakes and shovels, to prepare Camp for the summer.
Major projects included reconstructing our old but beautiful Camp store and original office building, raking, replacing 10 toilets and five showers, as well as painting and landscaping.
“I am so proud of what Toll Brothers accomplishes in the limited time that this one day cleanup effort at Seeds of Peace affords,” said Chairman & CEO Bob Toll. “Our team takes on a tremendous amount—we put on roofs and porches, fix plumbing, rewire electrics, landscape, rake and polish. At the end of it all, we have ourselves a great cookout and leave with a deep sense of satisfaction in having accomplished needed repair and maintenance for an organization that is rapidly becoming a much-needed institution.”
“We are so thankful to have people with such experienced professional backgrounds lend us their time and talent,” said Seeds of Peace Executive Director Leslie Lewin. “The volunteer work carried out over this weekend will set the stage for a full summer of dialogue and reconciliation programs.”
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