For more than 10 years Creagh Concrete have partnered with
Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland to support vulnerable families improve
the place they call home, because Habitat builds hope. This October, we’re
excited to support Big Build again!
A team of big-hearted workers from Creagh are getting set to
travel to Romania in October to help build 40 houses in just five days!
The group, which includes the Managing Director of Creagh
Concrete, Seamus McKeague, and nine of the firm's employees have decided to
take on the Habitat for Humanity NI HOPEbuilder challenge.
On October 1st Ramon Escriva, Niall Quinn, Kevin Kelly,
Brian Heron, Conrad Mallon, Harry Etherson, Paddy McLarnon, Sean Rocks and
Coilin McGinley, alongside Seamus will take part the Big Build event. Creagh's
Joan Belton helped to organise the trip.
The company has supported supported Habitat's Big Build
event in previous years and have supported local projects as well as donating
material to Habitat ReStore.
Thanking Creagh, Jenny Williams Chief Executive of Habitat
for Humanity NI said: ‘We so much appreciate the longterm support from Creagh
Concrete which has helped Habitat build hope at home and around the world for
more than 10 years. As well as financial support Creagh people have committed
their time and talent to work beside families in need at Big Build, helping
change their future forever. We are thrilled to have a Creagh team at Big Build
Joan Belton from Creagh (left) with Jenny Williams, Chief Executive of Habitat for Humanity NI