Whether you’re in elementary, middle, high school or college, we’ve got an opportunity for you! See below for information on how to get started.
Snack Providers (Ideal for All Ages!)
Habitat for Humanity depends on our volunteers to keep our homes affordable. Help us by providing a snack to keep our volunteers energized!
We serve snacks at all of our sites Tuesday-Saturday, so we need lots of help! Our recommendation is individual brown bags with a piece of fruit (banana or apple best), granola bar or something similar, and bag of chips. You/your group can visit the site to serve the snacks you’ve prepared. We typically take a snack break at 10am so we’ll need you to drop off the snacks between 9:45 and 10, unless there are multiple work sites (most Saturdays).
Nickels for Nails (Ideal for Elementary/Middle Schools)
Make a difference through Nickels for Nails and see first-hand how donating extra change can make a difference for our families.
Young people and Group Coordinators who sign up will receive a house coin collection container, and teachers can also request curriculum plans to educate their students about the growing housing crisis and how everyone can make a difference.
Here’s how it works: We’ll come to your school and give a presentation about the program. Then students will collect change for a designated time period. Once the fundraising is complete, we’ll give the participating students a tour of one of our completed communities so they can see first-hand the impact their donations have.
Campus Chapters (Ideal for High Schools and Colleges)
Campus chapters are student-led organizations on high school or college campuses that partner with local Habitat for Humanity affiliates. Campus Chapters help Habitat advocate, educate, build and fundraise to eliminate poverty housing.
Click here for more information on how to get started. Feel free to contact us to set up an introductory meeting.
Office Volunteering (14+)
Office volunteers are needed anytime Tuesday-Friday from 9-5 to complete tasks such as filing and data entry. Volunteers ages 14 and above are welcome to help out! Contact Pilar at email@example.com (954) 533-3823, to schedule a date.
To learn more about any of these opportunities, or to sign up, please contact Eliot Imhoff, Director of Volunteer Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org, (954) 533-3842.