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Transamerica partners with Habitat for Humanity

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More than 350 Transamerica employees will join efforts for the third consecutive year with Habitat for Humanity to renovate or build new homes in 12 cities across the United States.

Transamerica employees offer their time throughout May as part of the company's community volunteer campaign.

"Like Habitat for Humanity, Transamerica works every day to help people secure a better tomorrow," said Kent Callahan, president and CEO of the Employer Solutions & Pensions Division of Transamerica Life insurance Company. "For the past two years, our employees have had wonderful experiences during our volunteer days, and we are very proud to continue our support of Habitat for Humanity and the families it serves."

Employees from Transamerica Retirement Solutions, Transamerica Stable Value Solutions, Clark Consulting, and the Transamerica COLI/BOLI Service Center business units of the division will participate.

Transamerica, through its subsidiary and affiliated companies in the Americas, is one of the leading providers of life insurance, retirement, long-term savings and investment solutions.

Habitat for Humanity International is a global nonprofit Christian housing organization that seeks to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.



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