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“I don't think there are many bosses who were so well loved that their organization would do something like this years after their retirement."
Sue began volunteering with Habitat in 2007 and Nigel in 2012. Together they have amassed nearly 2,000 combined volunteer hours assisting at the Calgary ReStore, working with local Habitat chapters, and helping on the construction of 13 Habitat homes in southern Alberta. We posted a volunteer spotlight on the pair last year.
We spoke with Sue about her and Nigel’s time volunteering with Habitat and why “Nigel Builds” was significant to her.
#IBuildBecause I want to give back to my community and have a chance to work alongside crew leaders, volunteers and homeowners to make a difference for families.
- Brenda Fischer
“It is important to me that I’m able to give back to my community because I have lots of blessings in my life and housing is a basic need that I don’t think we pay enough attention to.”Read More
“#IBuildBecause its a way for me to stay involved with my community. It’s a way for me to help others that need a hand. It’s a way for me to see the significant impact that safe housing has on the children and the parents.”
— Peggy Bell
Meet Peggy Bell – one of the longest-standing volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity. She has started volunteering with us more than ten years ago, and since then she has contributed to many build projects in Calgary and around the world.Read More
Jeffrey has been volunteering with ReStore since February of 2015!Read More
Sue and Nigel Teucher are regular weekly volunteers with Habitat for Humanity. Sue has been volunteering with Habitat in Calgary since May 2008. It was a life long dream of hers to give back to the community through Habitat, and her retirement allowed her the time to fulfill this dream. In 2013, after three years of semi-retirement, Nigel retired completely which also allowed him to donate some of his time to Habitat.Read More
Habitat for Humanity Foothills salutes another amazing High River volunteer, Terry, who signed up after attending the Ground-Breaking Ceremony and answered the call for local volunteers.Read More
Habitat for Humanity Foothills salutes our hard-working volunteers. Local High River volunteer Joann brings so much life and fun to our monthly Chapter meetings.Read More
A big shout-out to Bill, one of our new, very dedicated Habitat for Humanity Crew Leaders from High River. A Crew Leader is a volunteer who works on the build site leading teams of other volunteers.Read More
Meet Keith, our Volunteer Extraordinaire! Keith has volunteered at ReStore once per week since September of 2014! Keith enjoys walking and shopping in his free time. When asked what he likes about volunteering with us at ReStore, he told us he enjoys making new friends and cleaning the ReStore to make it look nice. The ReStore staff noted that Keith is a hard worker, determined, efficient, and always smiling and pleasant.Read More