Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley
All You Need to Know Prior to Volunteering With Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley
can be found in the Build Day Info PDF
The Builders Club
Our core group of volunteers, the Builders Club, consists of men and women who volunteer on our sites every Wednesday and Saturday. The enthusiasm they bring to each job and the joy they find in giving to Habitat, are the common bonds they all share. Members of this group strive to make the volunteer experience fun for all.
For information on how to become a Builders Club member or to volunteer for a day, please send an email to email@example.com.
"Building is interesting to start with and being able to have fellowship at the same time is downright fun. Plus, while everyone is enjoying themselves a house is built for a deserving family."
Greeley is a valued member of the Builders Club and has worked on every house that Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley has built.
"The people at Habitat have been so welcoming. The members of the Builder's Club have a vast knowledge of building and construction techniques and are so willing to teach others. But the common thread running through all of them is their passion for helping people. It's a great feeling to work with people who share a common goal."
Stacy began volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in the summer of 2007. After demonstrating her construction skills, she has become the youngest member of the Builders Club.
"For me, the number one reason to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity is providing a home for a family. I also enjoy working alongside people with similar interests and getting to know them. The dedication and commitment of the Habitat for Humanity staff is incredible. I also enjoy seeing what has been accomplished with my own two hands."
Howard "Buster" Jones
Buster has been a valuable member of the Builders Club for several years and has over 30 years experience in the construction field.