Building houses with Habitat is an experience you’ll never forget

Volunteering with Habitat doesn'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, help in the ReStores, reach out to sponsors, or serve on planning committees.


Individuals

Join us, and work alongside others who've committed themselves to action. Whether it's once a month, once a week, or every day, we have opportunities for every volunteer interest and availability.

Groups

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.

Youth Involvement

We appreciate all of our volunteers and do our best to make sure everyone has a fantastic build day. Part of having a great build day is safety. Due to the hazards of construction work, there are some limitations on what volunteers under 18 may do. Youth ages 16–17 are allowed to participate in construction work, but are prohibited from certain activities (power tools, ladders, etc). Youth 15 and under are not allowed on site unless it is to bring food and drinks during the lunch break when there is no active construction.

Non-Construction Opportunities

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore helps to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity by selling donated building materials and home furnishings to fund our homeownership program. ReStore volunteers support the vision of safe, decent and affordable housing for families in our neighborhood and around the world. Join us for a fun day of greeting customers, donation intake, cleaning and merchandising.

 

volunteer interest form

By completing the form below, you are submitting information for volunteer opportunities through Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity.