Kohls gives back for Habitat of Humanity

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by Derek Smith

Anchorage, AK-- The Habitat for Humanity in Alaska says they appreciate various organizations volunteering their time to help them build their first neighborhood subdivision.

The project is completely funded by sponsorships.

Coinsiding with Habitat for Humanity, Kohls "Go Green" event calls on their employees to volunteers their time for others. The two teamed up on Wednesday to continue  the building of the Habitat's  neighborhood drive.

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