More than 200 workers from Delta Air Lines on Sept. 27 kicked off a two-week volunteer effort with Habitat for Humanity New York City, helping refurbish dilapidated houses in Queens for the benefit of low-income families.

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, above center, last week stopped by a project at 115-46 98 St. in St. Albans, the 247th home Delta employees have worked on in the airline’s decade-long relationship with Habitat for Humanity.

The organization turns refurbished houses over to first-time homeowners with low-interest mortgages, all of whom have put in “sweat equity” working at numerous Habitat projects throughout the borough.