Volunteer Initial Contact Form
Have you always wanted to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity but were afraid you were unqualified? Well, rest easy. Skilled or unskilled, there is a special place for your talents within Habitat for Humanity.
Just click the above link for an application and you will be on your way to becoming a part of a great organization on an even greater mission.
Volunteers work on nearly every facet of home construction, helping with dozens of tasks including framing, insulating, siding, hanging drywall, painting, even landscaping. Many of our Habitat volunteers help during the week as well as on Saturdays depending on their regular work (or retirement) schedules. Construction volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. Volunteering on a single job site could lead to becoming a key member of our core building team.
Habitat ReStore is a thrift store selling new and gently used building materials, furniture, tools, and appliances. The money that is made from selling these products goes back into building safe, decent and affordable homes. We welcome volunteers to help in the ReStore loading and unloading, cleaning, testing and repairing donated items and helping customers.
Office Support Volunteers
You can volunteer without lifting a hammer or shop tools if you can work in the office on mailings, event planning and general office activities. Do you have a few hours a day or week to answer telephones, assist with special mailings, filing, data entry or a number of other administrative tasks? If your answer is yes, then Habitat for Humanity is the place for you!
If you have a special expertise to offer in any of the areas listed below and you would like to help us improve the lives of economically disadvantaged families in our community, come join us! There are plenty of opportunities to help!
Work with local pastors and congregations to encourage them to participate in Habitat's housing ministry.
Work with staff and volunteers to get the word out in the community about the great work and successes Habitat is achieving.
If you want to make sure that Habitat is building a quality home, keeping on schedule, coming in within the budget, then this is your committee.
Help Habitat raise the funds it takes to build save, decent and affordable homes in our community.
Work as a liaison between partner families and Habitat. Be that person who assists families in making their transition from renter to homeowner. Help coordinate ground blessings and house dedication ceremonies and mentor families so they can be the best and most successful first time homeowners they can be.
Screen potential Habitat partner family applications, make home visits, and recommend qualified families to Habitat's Board of Directors for approval.
Provide and be responsible for accurate and timely accounts of Habitat's transactions, audits, reports and annual budget.
Identify and acquire properties for Habitat construction at the lowest possible cost and investigate various sites around Montcalm County for possible building sites.
Experienced carpenter or willing hands and heart. If you are interested in joining the Habitat team please fill out and submit the form below.