Over 2,000 volunteers will help out at Habitat’s construction sites in King County this year. June is “Fund the Fun” month! Help us raise funds to replace damaged tools for Habitat volunteers. Click here to donate $10 and Fund the Fun today!
Habitat has always existed to build “more than houses.” We welcome volunteers to construction sites in order to inspire an ever-growing number of people from all walks of life to become committed advocates for affordable homes, poverty alleviation, and neighborhood revitalization. We also host monthly “Beyond the Build” volunteer orientations for community members and partners interested in joining Habitat as high impact volunteers!
Want to become a High Impact Volunteer for Habitat SKC?
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved! Advocacy, skilled volunteer opportunities, internships, and more!
Our schedule fills quickly so plan ahead!
For more information on how to set up a team build day with your corporate, community, faith or friend group please email today!
Interested in participating in a build day as an individual?
June is “Fund the Fun” month! Help us raise funds to replace damaged tools for Habitat volunteers. Click here to donate $10 and Fund the Fun today and then sign up on Volunteer Hub – come out to learn about Habitat’s efforts and ways you can get involved! Enjoy a day of volunteering and be sure to bring your lunch to participate in community building and educational activities around noon. Walk away inspired to join us “beyond the build” and make a lasting impact on Habitat’s ability to end poverty housing!
Before you build: Check out our online orientation.View our online construction safety video (Safety Matters. Safety First. Volunteering on a Habitat for Humanity Job Site- Employee access code: W8NAEBTG)
Interested in joining our high-impact volunteer program?
**Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County is not accepting court-ordered community service inquiries at this time**
We are NOW recruiting for several AmeriCorps Positions to begin in Late Summer 2015!
Join us May 16th for AmeriCorps Exploration Day!