Vivint Gives Back “adopts” a room for Denim
Last month, Vivint Gives Back partnered with Habitat for Humanity to design and assemble a new room for Denim, a 15-year-old boy who has autism. Habitat for Humanity helps businesses and communities come together to help families and children in need of home furniture and necessities. Vivint Gives Back “adopted” a room for a Utah boy by creating a living space that meets his sensory needs. On top of donating basic necessities like bedding and furniture, Vivint Gives Back volunteers put together Denim’s room with his unique situation in mind. They used bedding, a color palette, and other decor that would be soothing to Denim—even including a set of Beats by Dre headphones because music is one of the sensory tools that helps calm him.
Tung Truong, a Vivint employee and volunteer, said about the project, “It was an awesome opportunity to be part of the Habitat for Humanity project. It meant a lot for the team to be able to contribute to something so special. How awesome is it to work for a company that not only believes that giving back is a core principle but acts on it consistently while giving their employees numerous opportunities to serve? We’re so thankful to be part of the project and had a ton of fun doing it.”
Vivint Gives Back was happy to partner with Habitat for Humanity, a charity that works to provide basic necessities for families in need and empowers them to prepare for the future by pursuing their dreams of home ownership. To learn more about Vivint Gives Back and the charities it works with, visit vivintgivesback.org.