Habitat for Humanity Omaha teams up to help disaster relief
Habitat for Humanity Omaha teamed up with Jack Links and Team Rubicon Sunday to raise awareness and build more homes.
The trio came together as part of the "Fueling the Front Lines" campaign.
Jack Links and Team Rubicon is made up of veteran volunteers who assist in disaster relief and cleanup.
Team Rubicon is on a 1,300 mile journey from Wisconsin to Houston, Texas which was devastated by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
Team Rubicon stopped by Omaha Sunday to help Habitat build three homes in north Omaha.
Habitat for Humanity Omaha and Team Rubicon said it wants to raise awareness about relief to those who need it.
Team Rubicon spokesperson and veteran Jennie Haskamp said just because the disaster is out of the spotlight doesn't mean it's over.
And the work in Omaha isn't done either.
The "Building Blitz" starts Monday.
Habitat for Humanity Omaha plans to build 10 more homes in 2018.