...At the build site.
Volunteers can help at the build site by swinging hammers, painting, installing trim, picking up nails and trash, and assisting other volunteers and crew members as needed. Churches, businesses and other organizations are encouraged to consider the “Donate-a-Day” program for signing up groups to work on specific days to promote team building. Water, meals and snacks are also always appreciated for the crews at the build site, especially on Saturdays.
Forms that need your signature to help at work site will be available at the build site. (Please note that build volunteers must be at least 16 years old.) The Forms that need signing before an individual may participate in the construction may be downloaded by clicking here.
...On the Board of Directors or a sub-committee.
Volunteers can lend their time to the administration and coordination side of the organization, by serving on the WVHH Board of Directors or on Board sub-committees, in areas of interest/expertise such as Family Selection, Family Support, Volunteer Coordination, Fundraising, Church Relations, Community Outreach, Communications, Site Selection, Building, Legal and Finance.
...At The Village Store.Working at The Village Store is another impactful way to support Habitat. When volunteers work for The Village Store in the name of WVHH, the hours worked make a real difference. The more hours worked for WVHH, the more Village Store revenue is allocated to the cause of building decent, affordable homes for people in need in the Wimberley Valley.