A group of mighty KeepCallers took over Jucu (a town near Cluj, Romania) to help build a new house for what was called Habitat for Humanity, 2019 edition. To be more precise, we worked with Asociatia Acasa, an association that was part of Habitat for Humanity in the past and for the last 2 years have been building houses on their own. Their main activity? Helping families in need from Cluj by building them homes. The 11 KeepCalling volunteers had it all: the helmets, the overalls, but, most importantly, the good mood and the will to exceed personal limits.
What a great way to do good, and spend some quality time with your mates. Congrats, everyone! Proud of you. :) We’ve been hardcore fans of this charity for years and years, just check out our history!
Oh, and let’s not forget, we also have some testimonials, fresh from the oven, from 3 KeepCallers that have participated for the first time in this project:
Above the feeling that you did something – even a small thing – to help others in need, the Habitat for Humanity experience was a fun and enjoyable experience. I had the chance to get to know my colleagues better, and together to work as a team, united by a common goal.
I would repeat the experience 100%!
PS: Thanks to Bogdan for being so flexible and thanks to the entire team for the effort and implication!
This was my first experience of this kind and I did not know what exactly to expect. I knew it would be challenging, as it was manual work that we don’t get to do very often and it was a team effort in order to get the job done as well as we could. It was also an opportunity to get to know each other better, as some of us are new to this company.
At the end of the day, although I was very tired, I had a great feeling of contentment that I could be a part of this project and give a hand for the ones in need. Thank you for this opportunity.
I had a great time during this Habitat for Humanity session. We got the chance to build a new house and new dreams for unfortunate people, to interact with other colleagues with whom we work less, and to improve our dexterity. It’s a great opportunity to spend time with colleagues and contribute to a cause.