Volunteer Application Form - Fill this form out, save it, email it to the address at the bottom of page 2 as an attachment.
Habitat is looking for many types of partners in our mission. The options are nearly unlimited. When homes are under construction we need skilled and unskilled volunteers on the work sites. There is a place for those who would serve on the Family Support staff, helping to insure that the families have all the skills and knowledge to succeed in their new homes. Help is needed with office tasks, financial planning, church relations, etc.
Sponsor a workday of volunteers and a meal
Make lunch for the volunteer workers
Sponsor a fundraiser
Sponsor a house
Serve on a committee
Volunteer at the work site
Donate tools or materials
Ask for a speaker at an event or meeting
What We Need:
1. Lots: Reasonable and acceptable building lots are hard to find in Franklin County. Our local Habitat affiliate must be able to obtain the lot and build a house on it for a minimal cost in order to provide affordable homes for Habitat families. Therefore, lots need to be in neighborhoods of homes of similar size.Habitat for Humanity will need building sites so our affiliate can provide safe, decent housing for families in need in our community. Please help by passing on to us information regarding any sites you believe might be appropriate for a Habitat house.
2. Financial contributions
3. Construction Supervision: We need one or more volunteers capable of and willing to supervise the construction on an overall project basis. The ideal volunteer would have experience supervising residential construction and be willing to devote substantial time to the effort. Please contact us if you would like more information about this opportunity to serve.
4. Volunteers: Volunteers are the backbone of Habitat for Humanity. Everything in this organization is done by volunteers, from working with new homeowners, hammering nails, painting, feeding work crews, fundraisers, etc.We also need volunteers on committees, such as the following: development, church relations, volunteer assistance, communications. What a great and rewarding way to help families in need in our community, and to meet new people, too!
5. Fundraisers: Habitat encourages organizations, churches, business and youth groups to create their own form of fundraising with the funds earmarked for Habitat of Franklin County. For more information, please contact us.How can you best serve us with your skills, interests, and talents?