Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us. We count on the support of individuals and groups to meet our home-building objectives. Through the help of volunteers, we have completed more than 90 homes throughout the county.
Schools, Churches and Civic Groups:
Schools, churches and civic groups are asked to partner with Habitat for Humanity through the volunteer department. Habitat purchases all construction materials and supplies needed for each house. We do look to our community to help us cover the cost of construction. We apply for grants and other state and local funding, but they do not always cover all expenses.
Habitat for Humanity of Martin County asks that a group help fundraise for a build day. Please review our group participation guidelines
for schools, churches, or civic groups for more information on coordinating a Day of Service with Habitat for Humanity of Martin County.Corporate Day of Giving Volunteer Program:
Businesses and corporations are also asked to partner with Habitat for Humanity through the volunteer department. Volunteering is the easiest and most effective way to show that your company cares about the community. Increase your company’s recognition and reputation as a socially-conscious business by volunteering at Habitat for Humanity of Martin County. Corporate volunteering also strengthens a company’s corporate culture, providing a means for employees to build strong connections to each other and the community. Click here to learn about opportunities for corporate partnerships.
Apart from holidays, special occasions, and group scheduling, work sites are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday of every week. Our day begins at 8:30 a.m. with a safety orientation and devotion, and ends at 12:30 p.m.