Through the Eyes of a Volunteer: Terry's Build Site Blog

Posted in Builds, Volunteering, Media, Kehl Street

Homeownership, Habitat for Humanity Waterloo

Trusty volunteer Terry shows us his perspective of the Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region Build Site through a well maintained blog.

A Leader to Look Up to

At Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region, we are grateful to have a solid group of dedicated volunteers. Terry is a volunteer who has been making an impression on the Habitat Waterloo Region community for over 15 years. A winner of the Don Brown Award for Outstanding Volunteers in 2008, Terry has proven to be an energetic leader and a volunteer to look up to. He is serious about his work, and those lucky enough to get to know Terry will tell you that his humour is a hidden gem well worth looking out for. You might run into Terry on our Build Site, where he tends to spend his volunteer time these days despite having lent a capable hand to many jobs at Habitat Waterloo Region over the years.

For six years, Terry has documented his days on the Build Site through a picture-based blog to share his experiences as a volunteer with Habitat Waterloo Region. Volunteers like Terry are the heart of our success, and why we are able to continue building affordable homes for local, low-income families. With thousands of volunteer hours under his toolbelt, Terry is a reliable narrator of what it is like to spend your days on site with Habitat.

Terry's Blog

Look through Terry's Eyes

Check out his blog for a deeper look into our Build Site and keep checking back for updates about our progress building homes.

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  • Habitat for Humanity changes people one volunteer at a time in thoughts and actions.
    Darrell Bauman, Build Manager

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