National Volunteer Week

April 16, 2015: National Volunteer Week 2015

Happy National Volunteer Week! Each day this week, we highlighted a volunteer or volunteer group that helps us further our mission of providing affordable housing to local families in need. Read about the highlighted volunteers below or check out our Facebook page to view the posts.

2015-03-14 Thrivent Kick-Off 004_0.jpgMonday, April 13: Thrivent is currently sponsoring a home rehabilitation in Penn Hills through the Thrivent Builds Homes program. Thank you to our local Thrivent representatives who have been out on our jobsite helping to prepare this home for a deserving local family.



Emily Skiba, Pitt.JPGTuesday, April 14: Emily Skiba is currently serving as Habitat ReStore’s Social Media and Marketing intern. Thank you, Emily, for helping to update our social media pages, revamp our store signage and website, and so much more.  



leslie.jpgWednesday, April 15: Leslie Montgomery, the Communications Director at Green Building Alliance, serves on our Board of Directors and is the chair of our Sustainable Construction Committee. Thanks for all your hard work Leslie!



Picture1_0.pngThursday, April 16: Ted Marstiller is one of our regular construction volunteers; you can find Ted on a build site at least twice a week.  He is a retired engineer and has been volunteering with Habitat for two years.  Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication, Ted.



tim.jpgFriday, April 17:  Today, we’d like to recognize Tim Quinn!  Tim is a member of our Site Selection Committee and has been volunteering with us for two years.  He is the owner of Pillar to Post Home Inspectors and we are very grateful for the expertise he shares with us. 



ReStore.jpgSaturday, April 18:  Volunteers help staff our ReStore Tuesday-Saturday every week.  These volunteers put in many vital volunteer hours that help keep our store running.  Thanks, ReStore volunteers, for all that you do to support affordable housing in Pittsburgh!


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