Volunteers make so much of what we do possible. They help keep our buildings looking spruced-up and in tip top shape. Without volunteers we would never be able to hold the Point in Time Count, or even our annual Fundraiser! Speaking of which, if you haven’t bought your tickets yet to this year’s HOME OPENER with our new Premier set to drop the puck on the last period of Calgary’s 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness, click HERE to purchase your tickets.
One volunteer who has made a difference is a filmmaker and This is My City Arts Society (TMC) volunteer, Kevin Jesuino. Throughout the days leading up to the kick-off event for Stepping Stone Manor in the Beltline, Kevin was busy capturing everything on film on behalf of TMC, the event curator.
This is the story he created about the kick-off event. (Thank you The Calgary Foundation for your support of the event) Stepping Stone Manor is being constructed by Cedarglen Living and is one of 8 new developments CHF will be building over the next four years as part of the RESOLVE Campaign.
So stay tuned, we’ll be kicking off another project in the fall — watch for news about the upcoming Yarn-bombing TMC will be hosting at our soon to be built Hillhurst Sunnyside apartment building, Aurora on the Park. Like all our buildings, Aurora on the Park is made possible through funding from the Government of Alberta, Municipal Affairs and one of 8 Calgary Homebuilders participating in the RESOLVE Campaign. Thank you Qualico for your support of Aurora on the Park.