Using Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lumber to Build Habitat Homes
- Since 2007, lumber from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been used to build Habitat homes for families.
- The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree represents a symbol of community and generosity.
- Each year, the selected family gets the opportunity to help build their own Habitat home.
- The partnership between Rockefeller Center and Habitat for Humanity helps provide affordable housing for families in need.
Since 2007, the lumber milled from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been put to good use by helping families in need build their own Habitat homes. This unique partnership between Rockefeller Center and Habitat for Humanity not only symbolizes the spirit of community and generosity but also provides affordable housing for families who may not have had the opportunity otherwise. It is a wonderful example of how a tradition like the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree can positively impact the lives of others.