Volunteering with Habitat
Our volunteer opportunities don't require special skills or construction experience, just a readiness to pitch in and help. Some Habitat volunteers build houses, while others work with families, reach out to sponsors, or serve on a variety of planning committees.
Join us, and work alongside others who've committed themselves to action. According to a recent survey, 92.3% of our volunteers said they would like to build with Gwinnett Habitat again.
Saturday is typically our largest volunteer day. Our house sponsors, along with the homeowners on the waiting list, provide volunteers for most of these workdays. However, you may check the VolunteerHub page to see if there may be any non-sponsored openings on a given workday.
Nothing builds cohesion like building a Habitat home together. Manage an existing group or start a new one — our projects involve companies, service clubs, professional associations, church groups, and many other kinds of organizations.
To arrange your group's participation, contact Jen, our Volunteer Coordinator and she will help you find a build opportunity.
The Habitat ReStore depends on enthusiastic volunteers for everything from helping customers to arranging merchandise. Whether you enjoy interacting with the public or prefer tinkering behind the scenes, chances are that we have a volunteer opportunity for you. Habitat for Humanity volunteers — both on construction sites and in Habitat ReStores — have helped more than 1 million families realize the dream of owning a simple, decent, affordable home. Join us in our mission to eliminate poverty housing in our community and the world by volunteering at the Habitat ReStore.
A Brush with Kindness (ABWK) is an exterior home preservation program that offers painting, landscaping and minor repair services to eligible homeowners so they can continue to live in safe, decent homes for years to come. Projects include painting, landscaping, weatherization and minor repair services.