Ways To Volunteer

Habitat for Humanity York County is a grassroots, community-based organization that relies on local volunteers to build and weatherize homes, serve on a committee, and work in the ReStore. Most importantly, Volunteers build hope and community in York County!

There are many ways to become involved in the community and Habitat, Checkout the below opportunities. Volunteers can help in one or more of the below areas. Click the link that best describes your interests and to access VolunteerUp, our online scheduling tool, which you can use to get started volunteering. For a tutorial on VolunteerUP Click here.

For more information, contact our Volunteer Manager at (207) 985-4850 or email volunteer@habitatyorkcounty.org.

Committees

Our volunteers do more than just build houses!

Committee members are essential to Habitat's growth. Creativity, strategy and technical skills are among the many invaluable traits volunteers bring to Habitat. With a minimal staff, Habitat for Humanity York County depends upon volunteer committees for support with projects such as Family Selection, Resource Development Special Events and Site Selection.

We welcome your expertise, connections and passion on one of our committees to help plan, maintain, and grow Habitat's programs.

If you are interested in serving on a committee or would like more information, please contact us at 207-985-4850 or email us.

Weatherization

Volunteer with Keep York County Warm!

 

To make a difference in your local community. Weatherizing homes help families reduce their energy costs and improve their health, safety and air quality inside the home for years to come. Help a family stay warm this winter! Click image to see volunteers in action.

To volunteer to help Keep York County Warm contact Alana at kycw@habitatyorkcounty.org

Groups

Pull together your friends, family, church members or co-workers, and have fun making a difference.

Learn about our current group volunteer opportunities. We also welcome your expertise, connections and passion on one of our committees to help plan, maintain, and grow Habitat's programs.

Youth

Group opportunities are available for persons 16 and older (one adult chaperon for every four minors). If you are 16 or 17 year old, please fill out a Waiver, have it signed by a parent or legal guardian, and bring it with you. Construction volunteers must be at least 16 years old and over 18 to work on scaffolding, roofs, or use power tools.