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Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County

At Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County, volunteers are the cornerstone of our mission to eradicate substandard housing. Each nail driven and wall painted is part of a larger story — a journey to homeownership for families in need. Whether you’re wielding a hammer on the build site, serving a hearty meal to our hardworking volunteers, or assisting in our ReStore, your contribution is a vital part of this transformative process.

Who Can Volunteer?

Make a Difference in Your Local Community

Everyone is welcome! Whether you’re a seasoned builder, a helpful hand at our ReStore, or have never touched a toolbox, your efforts are invaluable. Our variety of volunteer roles ensures there’s a place for everyone.

Construction and Site Support

Get hands-on by helping with tasks ranging from framing and painting to landscaping. Safety is our priority, and no previous experience is necessary as training is provided.

ReStore Volunteer

Join the team at our ReStore to assist with loading, unloading, and organizing donations such as furniture, appliances, and cabinetry. Our ReStore is a crucial part of our fundraising, and your help in daily operations supports our broader mission.

Committee Involvement

Join one of our vital committees like Family Support, Construction, or Development, and contribute to the strategic side of our operations.

Youth Participation

Young volunteers, particularly those aged 16 and 17, can engage in general construction while adhering to safety guidelines. However, certain restrictions apply to volunteers under 18 to ensure their safety on site.

How to Get Involved

Ready to make a tangible difference in your community? Visit our volunteer sign-up page to find the perfect opportunity for you. Whether for a few hours or as a regular commitment, your time and skills will help forge a future where everyone has a decent place to live.

Volunteering with Habitat is as simple as 1-2-3

1. Sign Up

Pre-registration is required to ensure a safe and organized volunteer experience. Check our calendar for upcoming opportunities.

2. Prepare

Once registered, we'll provide you with all the necessary safety training materials. Remember to dress appropriately for construction work — closed-toe shoes are a must!

3. Build Day

A typical build day starts with a morning briefing and ends with the satisfaction of progress made. Join us to experience the camaraderie and fulfillment that come from building together.

Safety is our #1 Priority

Safety is a priority at Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County. We ask that each new construction volunteer prepare for their experience by reviewing the following safety videos.

All Volunteers Must Watch these Safety Videos

Habitat for Humanity Construction Safety

We are thrilled to have you as a volunteer. We look forward to working with you. To help keep you and everyone on the construction site safe please view this video before joining us on the construction site.

Volunteers at Work

Learn about the different roles our volunteers have and explore what it's like to be a volunteer with the Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County

Expectations for Volunteers

  • New volunteers must complete all sections of the Volunteer Information Form and Release and Waiver and return it to the Volunteer Coordinator at least one week prior to their first scheduled volunteer opportunity.
  • If an individual is unable to make the day that he/she has signed up for, he/she should contact the Volunteer Coordinator as soon as possible.
  • Volunteers should dress appropriately for the task. Individuals volunteering on the build site or at the ReStore should expect to be working outside and should expect to get dirty. No open-toed shoes are allowed on the build site or the ReStore. Volunteers not dressed properly may be asked to leave.
  • Volunteers should arrive on time for their scheduled build day or volunteer opportunity.
  • Volunteers with any special needs should contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
  • Safety is of the utmost importance on the build site and the ReStore. Volunteers should follow the directions of the Site Leader, Construction Coordinator or supervisor at all times.
  • Individuals must not be under the influence of alcohol or any illicit drugs while participating in volunteer opportunities.
  • Individuals under the age of 18 should consult the Age Restrictions Guidelines regarding applicable volunteer opportunities.
  • Individuals failing to follow the Volunteer Policy may be asked to no longer volunteer.

In order to provide the best volunteer experience possible, our organization reserves the right to amend or update this policy as needed.

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