Rick Brajer of Waud Capital Portfolio and Kari Stoltz of Bank of America build a wall for a new East Durham home during Habitat for Humanity’s annual CEO Build last week. Executives contribute $5,000 each, personally or through their companies, to spend a day working construction for the nonprofit.
Rick Brajer of Waud Capital Portfolio and Kari Stoltz of Bank of America build a wall for a new East Durham home during Habitat for Humanity’s annual CEO Build last week. Executives contribute $5,000 each, personally or through their companies, to spend a day working construction for the nonprofit. JIM WISE jwise@newsobserver.com
Rick Brajer of Waud Capital Portfolio and Kari Stoltz of Bank of America build a wall for a new East Durham home during Habitat for Humanity’s annual CEO Build last week. Executives contribute $5,000 each, personally or through their companies, to spend a day working construction for the nonprofit. JIM WISE jwise@newsobserver.com

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