Airstream Inc. is paying for materials and providing labor to help complete a Habitat for Humanity home in Jackson Center, Ohio, for Kara Mullen and her three children, according to a report by the BellFontaine Examiner.

“Airstream is proud to be involved with this upcoming build in partnership with Habitat for Humanity and the Village of Jackson Center,” said Bob Wheeler, president and CEO of Airstream.

“We have incredible associates who are willing to volunteer their time to support the community and provide a worthy family with a new home,” he continued. “We hope Airstream’s continued partnership will encourage other local businesses to join us in supporting this cause.”

Habitat for Humanity of Miami and Shelby Counties said plans call for the home to be completed by August.