Habitat Greenville was chartered in 1985. Since that time, 349 homes have been built in Greenville County for families with total household incomes between 30-60% of Area Median Income (annual average $22,662). Habitat Greenville is rated a 4-Star Charity by Charity Navigator, for its strong financial health, accountability and transparency. Chosen Builder of the Year in 2017, by EarthCraft, the national company recognized for energy efficiency and green building standards.
General Construction Volunteer: Serve on a small crew with a leader who assigns tasks, and can choose from small jobs such as caulking, installing shelves, cleanup large jobs like framing, roofing, painting, and putting up siding. Help is needed Thursday, Friday, and/or Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the construction.
Hours and days are flexible. Volunteer can work as much or as little as desired. Prior experience is not necessary. Onsite training is provided. Must be 18 and sign a waiver. All tools are provided.
Site Host (provides lunch): Prepare or purchase food to drop off at construction site at 11:30 a.m. Habitat staff will be responsible for setting up and serving the workers. Paper products and drinks are provided by Habitat for Humanity. Number of people to be served ranges from 8-25 (will know in advance). This is a good project for churches, organizations, businesses, or any type of group.
Help is needed Thursday, Friday, and/or Saturday during the construction. Hours and days are flexible. Volunteers can bring lunch one day or more.
Habitat Store Volunteer: Sort, clean, price, or display merchandise. You may also provide customer assistance on the floor. No checkout or cash register work required.
Help needed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday. Days and hours are flexible. Volunteers can work as much or as little as fits their schedule. Onsite training is provided. Must be 18 or older and sign waiver.
PCE Coordinator: Ed Given