Frank became involved with Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton roads in 2013. He started as a volunteer and later became a full-time volunteer for nine months and during that time he assisted in building eight new homes and renovating four other homes.
In 2014, he was offered a position as a Senior Consultant for a small defense contractor where he specialized in logistics management and process improvement. Since he could no longer volunteer full-time on the Habitat job sites, he became a Board Member and was elected President of the Board in 2017.
In December 2017, Hruska retired for a second time and returned full time to his passion of volunteering at Habitat to help build affordable homes for low-income families. In March 2018, he resigned from the Board to become the Executive Director where he continues in that position today.
Frank was recognized by the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities as a 2021 Humanitarian of Year awardee.