A Variety of Volunteer Stories
Habitat always has good work going on, and that good work is fueled by good people like you. This week, we thought we’d share a few recent news stories about Habitat volunteers that have captured our attention. We hope these stories — and individuals — inspire you the way they’ve inspired us, and we invite you to share your own volunteer experiences and what’s happening in your community in the comments below.
- ‘One, I can walk; two, I can donate; three, I can swing a hammer’
Carter Work Project volunteer Vivian Barclay shares her two years of experiences building in Haiti.
- ‘We meet the cream of the crop in the community because they’re involved with Habitat’
Retired Las Vegas couple sells home, spends last seven years on the road as Habitat Care-A-Vanners.
- ‘A way for the university to show its commitment to the city’
Rice University students mark school’s 100th anniversary with boundary-breaking build.
- ‘I intend to live to be at least 100’
Ninety-year-old Don Martinson volunteers hundreds of hours annually, plans to volunteer for 10 more years.