VOLUNTEERING AT HABITAT - GROUPS

 
If you have a group that is interested in volunteering with Habitat and would like to have further information you can click on the following links below or you can schedule a Habitat representative to come and speak to your group. Call our office at 541-779-1983 or email habitatvc@roguevalleyhabitat.org

Giving Back to the Community

 

The Team Building program gives Habitat and your company an opportunity to partner in a truly significant and meaningful way. Build on the positive public perception of your organization by associating with Habitat for Humanity. Build visibility as working on a Habitat house is a community event that draws media attention. In addition, build morale by demonstrating your company’s commitment to our community.

 

What does the Team Building program consist of?

 

1) SUPPORT: The Team Building program is an opportunity for Jackson County businesses to use their pledges, gifts, and talents to house families in the area. We understand that business’ range both in size and their ability to financially support this mission. Habitat for Humanity wants to extend an invitation to anyone who is interested in supporting our mission.


2) LABOR: Over 2,000 hours of volunteer labor goes into the building of one Habitat home. Team Builders are asked to provide volunteer construction crews. Volunteers can be skilled or unskilled. Must be 16 years of age or older to volunteer on our construction sites. 

Please click on the following links to view House Sponsorship options and for Team Building Partnership options.

 

 

 

 

If you are interested in joining Habitat’s Team Building Program please contact Denise James, Executive Director, at 541-779-1983 or email djames@roguevalleyhabitat.org

WOMEN BUILD
 

Women Build 2021

What a year it has been! While we would love to bring you the hands-on and exciting Women Build program that you know and love, this year we had to adapt to our current situation.

Thank you to everyone that joined our Virtual Women Build 2021 event and we hope you enjoyed learning the highly requested training of patching a hole in drywall.

 

Another "Thank You" to those women that have chosen to fundraise for Women Build 2021. Remember, we are here to help your fundraiser be successful - if you need something from us, let us know.  We want to award those pink tool incentives!

 

It is our hope that we can return to the amazing Women Build program that we all know and love in 2022. Until then, stay safe.

We are unable to offer in-person education classes with Lowe's for WB 2021.

If the Women Build Program is brand new to you, click the pink button to view the Women Build Handbook for our 2021 program and how you can support the Habitat mission. 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 were fantastic years for our program and we are working hard to bring a fun, safe and virtual WB in 2021. Our fundraising goal is $15,000 and to build ONE WB house this year.

Jill Hinojosa and her family are the partner family for Habitat home #73 and were our Women Build 2020 family. We just raised their walls in a virtaul ceremony and construction is in FULL SWING! 

Our 2021 WB project will be for a survivor of the 2020 Almeda Fire and the home will be built within the burn scar area. We hope to begin accepting applications for that build in the near furture. 

APOSTLES BUILD PROJECT

What is the Apostles Build Project?

 

The Apostles Build is a partnership that allows twelve (or more) individual churches to join together to build and fund a home for a local family. As Jesus’ original apostles were charged with spreading the word about Him, our twelve apostles are charged with assisting in Habitat’s mission to provide shelter for God’s children.

How can your church get involved?

 

PRAYER- We believe in the power of prayer to help us build on faith.
LABOR- Over 2,000 volunteer hours go into building each home and over 400 volunteers.
MEALS- For the volunteers on the days of service.
SPONSORSHIP- There are four levels of partnership to accommodate all church sizes and budgets!

What does Habitat Provide?

 

  • Building site, house plans, materials

  • Carefully selected homeowner/partner family

  • Construction supervision, instruction, and training on the job-site (no building experience is necessary).

  • Assistance and support with church awareness and fund-raising efforts.

 

For more information and/or to schedule a meeting with us to discuss this opportunity further, please contact: Denise James, Executive Director at 541-779-1983 or email her at djames@roguevalleyhabitat.org

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Habitat is seeking volunteers to join our Youth Programs Committee, if interested please contact our Volunteer Manager at (541)-779-1983 or email her at habitatvc@roguevalleyhabitat.org

Mission:

 

Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity’s youth programs capture the imagination, energy and hope of young people, ages 5-18, in Jackson County in order to productively and responsibly involve them as leaders in the work of Habitat.

Youth Involvement:

 

Habitat offers young people one of the best opportunities available to put faith into action, to work in partnership with diverse groups of people.

 

If you want to host a fundraiser or benefit on behalf of Habitat for Humanity Rogue Valley there are many simple, quick ways to do so. Please view the Youth Involvement Catalog for more information.

 

Senior Student Projects

 

If you’re a local High School senior and you still need to get that Senior Project done, Habitat offers many different kinds of volunteer projects set aside especially for High School seniors.

 

If you need further information or would like to speak to someone about individual youth volunteering or youth groups, please contact our Volunteer Manager at (541)-779-1983 or habitatvc@roguevalleyhabitat.org

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