- Lumber from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been used to help build a Habitat home every year since 2007.
- The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is a symbol of holiday tradition and is usually donated to Habitat for Humanity after the holidays.
- The lumber from the tree is milled and used to construct the framework of the Habitat home.
- Local businesses and volunteers work together to build the home using the donated lumber.
- This partnership between Rockefeller Center and Habitat for Humanity provides a meaningful way to recycle and give back to the community.
- This tradition not only helps a family in need, but also raises awareness about the importance of affordable housing and community involvement.
Since 2007, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has played a special role in helping a family build their Habitat home. Each year, the lumber from the tree is milled and used to construct the framework of the home, creating a lasting and meaningful impact. This tradition showcases the importance of community involvement and the spirit of giving during the holiday season.