PACE Supply and Dorvin D. Leis Co., the largest mechanical contractor in the State of Hawaii, donated 128 new MTI Designer Collection tubs to Habitat for Humanity Maui in May of this year.

Habitat Maui has built or renovated 89 homes on the island since 1997 and has another 23 in the works. The affiliate also operates a ReStore, in which donated items are sold to the public to raise funding to support construction efforts. The donation of tubs supported Habitat Maui through the ReStore and raised a significant amount of money to build new homes.

Mountain Re-Source Center, a nonprofit that seeks donations of usable materials to support the work of other nonprofit organizations, coordinated the donation on behalf of Habitat for Humanity Maui.

Max Tornai, director of Development & Community Relations for Habitat for Humanity Maui, thanked the donors for their incredible support. “The Habitat for Humanity Maui affiliate is currently constructing a 16-unit condominium in Wailuku, which will fulfill the dream of homeownership for 16 very well-deserving local partner families who have struggled finding long-term affordable housing. The donation of these beautiful acrylic soaking tubs from PACE Supply and Dorvin D. Leis Company will support construction efforts and help make these dreams a reality. Habitat for Humanity Maui is incredibly appreciative of the generosity of this donation and would like to give a huge MAHALO (thank you!) to everyone involved.”