Volunteers who work at Frost Bank aren't afraid to get their hands dirty.
On Saturday, they joined the Habitat for Humanity's Corpus Christi chapter, to build a home off of Lipan Street.
Regional President with Frost Bank Mike Carrell said helping out local communities is something the company prides themselves on and they all enjoy giving back.
"Well at Frost Bank we wanna talk about not just service to the community but we wanna demonstrate it and we wanna be a part of that community," Carrell said.
Carrell said he and his 'A-Team' arrived on site around 7 A.M. on Saturday morning, ready to help build, with the help of professionals.
He added that they enjoy helping Habitat for Humanity because the lucky recipients must participate in sweat equity.
"We know that they are gonna enjoy the house have worked to build the house as well," Carrell added.
Among the Frost Bank 'A-Team' was Lori Dellinger, the market president.
"Some amazing houses for some amazing people in our community," she said.
Dellinger and her co-workers were able to help out with building various aspects of the house, including the use of power tools.
"It's really fun, it's definitely dirty, we were all commenting about our arms are gonna hurt tomorrow, but we're okay with that because we know we're doing something really good for folks," Dellinger said.
The team volunteered for over five hours.
According to organizers with Habitat for Humanity, the home should be completed within the next month.
They plan to construct more homes in Corpus Christi as the year continues.
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