All levels of interest and experience welcome.

You don't need a hammer to participate in Habitat for Humanity! Our volunteers come with various levels of construction experience. If building isn't quite what you're looking for, you can volunteer in a Habitat office or ReStore.


Whether you are an experienced carpenter or have never picked up a hammer, Habitat has a place for you to give back to your community! Habitat affiliates are always on the lookout for help with making meals, providing office support, working at events, speaking to groups, being our contact at your church or organization, doing design work, helping on a committee or, of course, helping us build.

Signing up to volunteer with Habitat is easy! Contact the affiliate nearest you to get started. You can also complete the Volunteer Interest Form below, and your local affiliate will contact you for registration and scheduling. 


Group Volunteers

Volunteering is a wonderful way for groups and organizations to participate in Habitat for Humanity. If you would like to volunteer as part of a group build, please contact your local Habitat affiliate directly or complete the interest form.

However you choose to contribute, thank you for helping Habitat build decent, affordable housing and safer neighborhoods!

Volunteer Interest Form

Name *
Please choose an affiliate.
Interests *
Please check all that apply.
Please include any additional information about your interest/request.

photo credit ©Ezra Millstein/Habitat for Humanity

A campus chapter is a student-led, student-initiated organization on a high school or college campus that partners with their local Habitat affiliate.


Campus chapters partner with Habitat affiliates to build and rehabilitate homes in partnership with Habitat homeowners. There are many ways a campus chapter can get involved with building:


Campus chapters raise funds to support the work of local Habitat affiliates, contributing both to their local affiliates and to Habitat for Humanity’s global mission. Chapters may contribute through house sponsorship, the tithe program (donations to a Habitat for Humanity affiliate outside of the United States), general donation to Habitat for Humanity International and Collegiate Challenge Global Village.


Campus chapter leaders and members are advocates for affordable housing, helping increase awareness of the problem of substandard housing and calling for action to initiate change.

Act! Speak! Build! WeekWorld Habitat Day, and other campaigns through HFHI’s Advocacy department are all available to help chapters advocate for affordable housing.


Campus chapters educate others on their campuses and in their local communities about the mission and work of Habitat for Humanity. Many chapters offer speakers, do tabling and create other opportunities to inform their fellow students and members of their communities about the mission of Habitat.

Find More Information

Find up-to-date information for Campus Chapters on Habitat International's website.

Meet new people, network with other young professionals, and make a difference in your community.

Join a Habitat Young Professionals chapter near you! Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) groups are popping up in communities throughout the country. Members are typically adults in their 20s and 30s, with a passion for the mission of Habitat for Humanity and an interest in networking, socializing, and making new friends.

Habitat Young Professionals’ main areas of focus include:

  • Fundraising to support Habitat's efforts in building affordable housing
  • Advocacy -to educate decision makers and the general public on poverty housing issues
  • Volunteering to engage young professionals in Habitat for Humanity’s volunteer opportunities

Don’t have a HYP near you? Talk to your local  affiliate about starting your own local Habitat Young Professionals group in your area!

Habitat Young Professionals Webinar

See the links below to check out the presentations from the webinar to learn more about Habitat Young Professionals and how you can get one started in your town.

  • resentation by Jenna Widmann, Sr. Specialist at HFHI:  Click here
  • Presentation by Becky Murray, AmeriCorps VISTA at SSO: Click here