Recently, we decided to spotlight three ReStore volunteers that go above and beyond for Habitat for Humanity. We are so grateful to have such dedicated volunteers who are committed to helping our ReStores, Habitat for Humanity and our community.
John – 1,412 hours and counting at the Fergus ReStore, since July 2018 John works at the ReStore 6 hours a day, 5 days a week, and is our number one ‘product cleaner’. John is a huge asset to us, and has been a key factor in our success from Day One! John always has … Continue reading volunteer spotlight on John
Greg – 192 hours and counting at the Guelph ReStore, since November 2018 When Greg began his volunteer work, he connected to the mission right away. Greg quickly became a respected and valued member of the team. He bonded with other salvage crew members easily, sharing his infectious smile with everyone! What made you first … Continue reading Volunteer spotlight on Greg
Hugh – 279 hours and counting at the Orangeville ReStore, since June 2018 Hugh volunteers several times a week. He is amazing at organizing and helping us maintain a clean and organized store, which is such a vital job. He is a fast mover and always on the go. Hugh comes in with his own … Continue reading volunteer spotlight on Hugh
Jan Muir As a retired school principal, Jan Muir has witnessed first-hand the importance of safe and affordable housing. “Housing security is a big issue, but programs like Habitat for Humanity are a big help” remarks Muir. “Working with children and families on a daily basis, you really do see the merit in homeownership.” Muir … Continue reading April Volunteer Spotlight
Jim Hoare Jim Hoare is one of our regular build volunteers who received a volunteer award for our 2012 Women Build. He re-joined our build team when we started our 2013 build on 297 Paisley Road in Guelph and quickly began building up a lot of hours on the site. He would regularly come in … Continue reading March Volunteer Spotlight