Lets look back to all the incredible volunteers of 2018!
Thank you so much to all of the kind selfless caring volunteers who give their time to Habitat for Humanity! Because of your tireless efforts Monroe County now has 101 habitat homes with families celebrating this holiday season in their very own home!
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County
Habitat for Humanity affiliate organizations are one of largest private builders of single family homes. Habitat of Monroe County has been building since 1996 and continues to build energy star certified houses through partnerships with local and national companies, the community, individuals and families.
The Habitat Home Process
Questions ? Email Julia Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 734-243-2048 x 102
Each year, hundreds of individuals help us make homeownership a reality for local families; so they will have a decent, safe and affordable place to call home. No other organization in Monroe County engages so many volunteers in this unique way, creating opportunities for the exchange of ideas and the power of caring for neighbors and neighborhoods.
Every volunteer plays a key role in helping us achieve our mission. No experience is necessary. More important is a willingness to learn and work hard, and have fun! Project managers will supervise and train general volunteers on the build site.
How do I sign up?
Go to habitatmonroemi.galaxydigital.com where you will need to register by creating a user name and password. You are then ready to view and choose available dates and projects.
Do you have opportunites for groups to volunteer?
Yes, our build sites are host to business teams, church groups, youth groups, student organizations and more through our Team Habitat program. To schedule your group, contact us at email@example.com for more information and opportunities.
Do I need construction experience?
No prior construction experience is required. Each of our projects are managed and led by a skilled project manager who will assist you throughout the day.
Is there an age limit to volunteer on site?
Yes, due to safety regulations, individuals under the age of 16 are not permitted on site. Those individuals 16-17 years of age, will need to bring a waiver signed in advance by a parent/guardian, and will have limits in the types of tasks that they are permitted to do. Any volunteer under the age of 18 must complete the youth waiver below before arriving on the build site.
When and how long is a construction volunteer day?
We build on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday all year round. Our build days start at 8:00am and end around 3:30pm. Available dates are listed on VolunteerHub. Only sign-up for those projects that you can fully commit to.
What should I wear?
Wear sturdy, closed toe shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Also, be aware that some of the work may be outdoors, so dress appropriately for the weather.
Do I need to bring tools?
No, Habitat will provide all necessary tools, including hard hats, safety glasses, and gloves. However, you are more than welcome to bring your own if you prefer. Please make sure to mark your items with your name so they do not get lost.
What do I do for lunch?
You are responsible for providing your own lunch. You may bring it with you or may visit nearby restaurants if you wish. We break for lunch around 11:30.
What do I do when I arrive on site?
We ask that you arrive promptly and are prepared to begin. After signing in, the project manager will lead you in a brief orientation, and go over safety requirements and the day’s tasks. You can save a few minutes by printing and filling out your waiver ahead of time.
For more information contact Volunteer Coordinator Julia Wells at 734-243-2048 x 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org