The first Friday of every month is a dedicated Women Build day on one of our construction sites. National Women Build Week is held every year in May.

Working closely with the construction manager, crew leaders guide, teach and engage small groups of unskilled or semi-skilled volunteers. Crew Leaders demonstrate tasks, maintain standards, monitor safety and assure that volunteers have enough meaningful work to have a satisfying experience. A Crew Leader should enjoy working with people, possess some basic construction skills, enjoy leadership…

Volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of running the store. Opportunities include: cashier, customer assistant, driver assistant, merchandise assistant, office assistant, repair assistant, social media assistant, and warehouse assistant.

We need friendly, cheerful volunteers to answer the telephone, greet visitors and help with general office duties. Clerical and/or administrative experience is required. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9AM to 5PM.

Habitat for Humanity is a grass-roots, volunteer-led organization and it’s our committees and team who plan, support and carry out much of the work we do. The various committees in which you can help are: Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative and Critical Repair, Development, Faith Partnership, Family Selection, Family Support, Finance, Site Selection and Design, and Volunteer…

As a construction volunteer, you’ll learn new skills or improve current ones, meet some terrific people and leave at the end of the day knowing that you’ve helped build a safe, decent and affordable home for a local family in need. You don’t need construction experience to volunteer; we provide the training, materials and tools.

Family advocate volunteers give support and guidance to newly-selected Habitat partner families from the time they are selected through to homeownership. Family Advocate Training is provided, and Advocates are supported by members of the Family Support Team who are all current or former advocates themselves.