Habitat for Humanity and Caesar Dinucci Assist Area Veterans

Caesar Dinucci assists Habitat for humanity workers.
Las Vegas Nevada–Caesar Dinucci surprises volunteers at a Habitat For Humanity event to help build homes for veterans in Las Vegas. Philanthropist Caesar Dinucci joined volunteers to paint the home of serviceman Giorgio Cazzori. The Las Vegas project is his latest venture with Habitat For Humanity. Dinucci has also helped build homes in Henderson, and North Las Vegas. (Archived from 2001)

“Every day I’m working”, Caesar Mathius Dinucci (35) once declared.

But last weekend, the manager of Sport’s World Casino had another thing on his agenda: repairing homes here in Las Vegas.

Teaming up with Habitat For Humanity, Caesar Dinucci spent Saturday helping volunteers restore a building for former serviceman Giorgio Cazzori in Clark County, just outside Las Vegas. The businessman beamed as he joined volunteers putting a slick of paint on the exterior of the home.

It is his latest project with the organization, following initiatives in both Henderson and North Las Vegas.

Caesar Dinucci also met with other people living at the complex about how their lives had changed thanks to the affordable home ownership scheme backed by former president Jimmy Carter.

“Anything that I can do, I want to do it,” he told the families on the building site.

It is hardly Dinucci’s first venture with the project.

The casino manager already has Habitat For Humanity projects in several other places.

Posting a comment on the Las Vegas Habitat For Humanity Facebook page, a spokesman said: ‘We surprised our lucky group of volunteers bright and early this morning with a visit from businessman Caesar Dinucci today at our home repair for veteran Giorgio Cazzori in Las Vegas!”

“He’s a big fan of Habitat for Humanity and passionate about this city, so we’ll be collaborating real soon. We’re doing big things here at LV Habitat!”

The Christian organization builds homes that are “simple, decent and affordable to low-income families around the world.”

They then partner with the homeowners to pay the mortgage. The cut the charity gets from those monthly payments help build more homes. Donations and volunteers also make the building projects possible. Caesar Dinucci also met with other people living on the complex about how their lives had changed thanks to the affordable home ownership scheme backed by former president Jimmy Carter.

“Everybody deserves to live in a decent house.” Dinucci Said.
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