Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio offers multiple avenues for getting involved including some of these Habitat International volunteer programs!
Habitat for Humanity–MidOhio is continuing its commitment to the communities we serve by making affordable home repair accessible to our neighbors in need. Enabling current homeowners and their families to continue living in and maintaining a safe, decent, and affordable place to live is key to the longevity and success of both the family and the neighborhood in which they reside. Habitat MidOhio has expanded its Repair Program and is currently seeking home repair volunteers. Our repair volunteers help with projects involving exterior painting, siding, porch/stair repair, and water damage, just to name a few. No prior experience is required, and both individual and group opportunities are available. For more information about becoming a Repair Program volunteer, please contact Rachel Hardin.
The Women Build program helps Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) build more homes by involving more women in building homes and communities. Women represent a tremendous, often untapped, volunteer pool, and Women Build projects provide an opportunity for them to learn construction skills through training opportunities and by working on Women Build houses with crews predominantly comprised of women.
Habitat MidOhio just finished our 12th Women Build house in Columbus! If you’d like to be added to the interest list for next year’s project, please contact Rachel Hardin. For more information about the program, visit the Women Build Facebook page.
A partnership with Habitat MidOhio can offer your congregation a unique opportunity in the community. We enable your congregation to grow in a tangible way- by putting it’s faith into action. Habitat’s holistic approach to homeownership and home repair provides an opportunity to impact not only a worthy family in need, but the entire community. Your congregation can partner with Habitat MidOhio in a number of ways: building on site, working on a repair, volunteering on a committee, working in Habitat’s ReStore, joining a faith coalition and assisting in sponsorship.
Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio has joined with nearly 140 area congregations who have seen partnership with Habitat as an important part of their putting faith into action in the community. Join with us today as we partner towards the goal of providing safe, decent and affordable housing to everyone in our community.
Thrivent Financial is a non-profit financial planning and wealth management organization. Each year, Thrivent and affiliated churches help raise money to sponsor and build homes with Habitat MidOhio. If you are a Thrivent Financial member, a member of the Christian faith, or want to get involved with Thrivent Builds, please contact Phil Washburn.
Global Village volunteers participate in local cultural activities, help raise awareness of the burden of poverty housing and, of course, further Habitat’s mission to build decent, affordable housing worldwide. As partners, team members help build a true global village of love, homes, communities, and hope!
If you are interested in learning more about Global Village and upcoming international build opportunities, please contact Deb Light.
Veterans Build is Habitat for Humanity’s national initiative to provide housing solutions and volunteer and employment opportunities to U.S. veterans, military service members, and their families. Habitat MidOhio is currently looking for qualified partner families for new home ownership and home repair projects. Help us find veteran partner families.
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