Timberland employees around the world have celebrated the one-millionth hour of volunteer community work served since the company launched its Path of Service program in 1992. As part of this program, each Timberland employee is given up to 40 paid hours per year to dedicate to service, during which they create positive and sustainable impacts on their communities. Timberland recalls that they have initiated nearly 4,000 service projects in 32 countries since 2010. The company has also planted more than five million trees since the year 2000. The brand has delivered 14 Habitat for Humanity houses for communities ravaged by natural disasters, and built six water towers in India, Vietnam and the Dominican Republic.