Habitat For Humanity of South Hampton Roads’ Executive Director is Living on the Roof. Here’s Why

Help Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads, Inc. go greener!

Through a government program, the non-profit organization can have a Solar System installed at no cost on the roof of their building in Norfolk. But first they have to repair their current roof and bring it up to code.

Executive director, Frank Hruska, is currently living on the roof to help raise awareness of the importance of going green while also raising the $250K needed to make the roof sound before the install. Frank called in to talk about his mission with The Eagle Morning Show.  Take a listen:

Learn more about Frank on the Roof text GREENROOF to 44321 or head to www.shrhabitat.org/habitat-going-greener