can advocate and help more families build strength, stability, and independence.
No Hard Hat Necessary
Not all Habitat for Humanity volunteer opportunities involve swinging a hammer. As a key part of our operations, behind-the-scenes volunteers spend their time and talents with us entering critical data, helping with construction site hospitality, and assisting with special projects.
All of our No Hard Hat Required volunteer opportunities are currently on an as-needed basis. If you would like to be contacted when these opportunities become available, please fill out the form below. You may also reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator, Liz Sweeney, at email@example.com or at 704-847-4266 ext. 105.
questions & answers
what do administrative volunteers do?
Administrative volunteers help us to capture important data about our donors, volunteers, and other constituents. They also assist in other projects with our administrative team as needed.
what do construction hospitality volunteers do?
Hospitality Volunteers prepare and provide breakfast and/or lunch to our Saturday Construction volunteers. We ask that these volunteers provide enough food to feed 20-25 very hungry workers, and if possible, all necessary paper products and beverages. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to help at the build site but doesn't actually want to do construction.
how old do I have to be to be an administrative volunteer?
All of our volunteers must be at least 16 years of age or older, and anyone under the age of 18 must have a waiver completed by a parent or guardian. All Administrative Volunteers over the age of 18 must complete a background check.
how old do I have to be to be a hospitality volunteer?
As long as there is an individual 18 or older in a group of Hospitality Volunteers, we welcome all ages to participate.
what if I have another question?
For additional questions or concerns, send an e-mail to the Volunteer Coordinator.
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