Share your time. Lend a hand. Volunteer.

Healthy families and healthy communities start with safe, decent and affordable housing.  We appreciate the dedicated community members, such as you, who have a desire to partner with us in our efforts to help local families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.

There are many ways to become involved in Habitat’s work. In addition to working on the construction site, volunteers can also help in our ReStores, serve on a committee or work in our admin office. 

It's easy to sign up! Just click on the button below and you'll be directed to our VolunteerHub site where can you create an account and view all upcoming volunteer opportunites. 

 

 

Benefits of Being a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer

  • Give back to the community while building a stronger community
  • Networking opportunities, meet new friends and establish professional contacts and references
  • Learn and practice new skills

Who can volunteer?

  • Individuals and groups
  • Young people or students seeking work experience
  • Corporate or other nonprofit leaders who seek deeper community involvement
  • Retired individuals wishing to stay active by sharing their talents and continue the journey of life-long learning

How Habitat for Humanity Works

  • Habitat for Humanity builds and repairs decent houses using volunteer labor, donations of materials or money, and efficient management
  • Houses are built and then sold at no profit, with low-interest mortgages that partner families can afford. All mortgage payments go toward funding to build additional houses       
  • Houses are not given away. Homeowners put forward 500 hours of “Sweat Equity” while houses are constructed. Hours may be contributed by friends as well as family, and can be used either on the build site, or in mandatory classes.
  • More information about our Program can be found on the Homeownership Webpage