Habitat for Humanity is an organization anchored around its dedication to ending the cycle of poverty housing and the deeply held belief that everyone deserves a decent, affordable place to live.
Sounds great! So...
This year, we will join the Habitat community in building new homes for 30 hardworking families, repair and improve 75 families' homes, and help divert more than 2 million pounds of waste from the landfill. You'll learn to do things you never thought you could. And you'll never forget it.
Absolutely none! The site lead(s) will be at the work site to assist or coach in all aspects of our project. Just remember safety first: do not go ahead with a task if you are uncertain as to how it is done, if you are unable to do it, or feel uncomfortable doing it. As always, ASK QUESTIONS!
Beverages - bust out those water bottles, people! Snacks and Lunch - Lunches won't be provided, so be sure to pack one. Tools - most tools are provided, but if you've got a lucky pair of work gloves, bring 'em along. A good attitude - above all, remember to have a good time!
As required by the Habitat for Humanity Guidelines, all volunteers are required to complete some basic steps before showing up to the work site:
"When do I need to arrive?!" "What do I need to wear?!" Find out all you need to know to have a safe and enjoyable experience on our work day:
Ever wonder what eLearning courses developed by other companies look like? Take the Safety Orientation course! Actually, take it anyway - it's mandatory!
Yay, the legal stuff! Waivers must be printed and signed before we arrive. Copies are available in the Design Team office for you to complete and return to me:
As the Event Coordinator, please feel free to email me if you have any questions about this volunteer opportunity:
Or if you just feel like telling everyone you know about how much of a bad ass you are for helping to BUILDING A HOUSE(!), don't be shy and post to our social media networks: