Participating in a group build is an excellent way to get your coworkers, faith community, friends and neighbors out into the community to take part in an experience they will never forget. Volunteers learn new skills and build on old ones while making a hardworking family’s dream of homeownership a reality.
No experience? Don’t worry – we will be there to help you every step of the way.
These are some of the types of groups that participate with Habitat projects though we are always looking for new groups that are interested in making an impact on the community.
Company build days can be used as a way to reward hard-working employees, an annual community service project; a team building experience; or simply a fun way to get to know a different side of your co-workers.
Bring your professional group out to network and build relationships.
Working on a Habitat build is a way to put your faith into action. Evergreen Habitat for Humanity welcomes people of all denominations to participate in our work and support our goal of eliminating poverty housing. To learn more about our Faith Build program, see here.
Who says construction is only for the boys? Evergreen Habitat has completed two “Women Build” homess in Clark County and is in the process of raising funds for our next one! Crews of women wanting to use their talents to bring a family one step closer to homeownership are always welcome on the job site.
If you have any questions about group build contact Heather Cochrun, volunteer coordinator at 360-737-1759 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.