*Due to continued concern regarding COVID-19, we are unable to accept any new volunteers at this time.*
Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County relies on volunteers, with any and every skill set, to pursue its mission of building strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter.
Volunteers can help out in the ReStore; pound some nails or paint (or a variety of other construction tasks) at our ongoing builds at Parrotts Ferry Village; help plan events or fundraisers on our behalf; or by joining one of our committees that helps select homebuyers or walks them through the home buying process.
Volunteers at our construction site must complete a free, online safety course. Here are instructions on how to take the course.
- Click the link to Habitat for Humanity Affiliate Insurance
- Click on the “Safety Matters, Safety First” button
- Click the “Begin Now” button on the right in the blue box titled, “Online Safety Training Course”
- Copy the access code
- Click “Take Training Course Now” button
- Past the access code into the box
- Click “Submit”
- Select the “Volunteering on a Habitat Job Site” link and begin the course!
- Paste in access code: W8NAEBTG
How you can help:
- Help build Habitat homes in a variety of capacities including painting; digging; finish work; installing cabinets, doors and fixtures; and other skilled labor.
- Work with a team during the Women’s Build event.
- Provide lunches for construction volunteers.
- Construction volunteers must be 16 years or older.
- Complete an online safety course.
- Help with donation pickups.
- Organize store displays.
- Help customers.
- Lend your talents at the Annual Fundraiser and help procure auction items or help set up the day of the event.
- Help publicize events on social media and around the county.
- Sit on the homeowner support committee. This committee is a really rewarding and important job. Members develop a bond with the homebuyers before and during the home construction. The homeowner support committees help Habitat homebuyers navigate through the loan processes, homeowner education classes and sweat equity. This committee requires a time commitment, as members partner with homebuyers for the home-buying and construction processes. Members check in with homebuyers once a week. Members of this committee must have a Live Scan background check completed by local law enforcement or the Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office.
- Sit on the home owner selection committee. The home owner selection committee helps publicize application periods and selects the most qualified candidates to buy Habitat homes. This committee meets only a few times a year and requires a short time commitment. Members of this committee must have a Live Scan background check completed by local law enforcement or the Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office.