Clive Rainey. (submitted photo to The Athens News)
Clive Rainey made an exceptional and sustained commitment to advancing Habitat for Humanity’s mission through generously sharing his time and talents.
Clive joined Habitat in 1977, only one year after its founding, as a general volunteer in Americus, Georgia, doing whatever needed to be done, from stuffing envelopes to building houses. Since that time, he has been a steadfast champion for Habitat and its mission at home and abroad, including being HFHI’s first director in Africa and using his skills to raise awareness and resources for Habitat’s work worldwide as HFHI’s director of community relations.
In July 2010, Clive “retired” to Guatemala, but is still engaged in volunteer activities; including supporting Habitat Guatemala and serving with a ministry that rescues homeless children from the streets.
As a HFHI staff member, I've met Clive on a few occasions in our Operational Headquarters in Americus. I'm hoping to be able to introduce him to our team while we're building in Guatemala in June! You can read more about Clive in the September 2012 article from The Athens News.
Christ-follower. Mompreneur. @Habitat_org Global Village Team Leader. Crab claw lover. Advocate for adequate shelter, releasing children from poverty and ending human trafficking and slavery.