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Volunteer with Habitat Seminole-Apopka
“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.”
Volunteers make Habitat for Humanity work. Without them, we would not have built hundreds of houses in Seminole County and Apopka and thousands around the world. You don’t need experience to volunteer, just a willingness to get involved, bring your talents and make a difference.
What’s Your Thing?
- Team building with your coworkers
- Meeting new friends while learning a new skill
- Painting and trim work
- Carpentry and framing
- Financial education
- Office work
- Serving on a committee
Whatever your unique talent, we need volunteers like you. We can’t do it without you. It’s that simple.
Lend a Hand at our Construction Site
In the foundation of every Habitat home, there are hundreds of handprints of people who came together to lift up a local family in need. Volunteers put in about 3,000 hours for each home we build, accounting for a significant portion of the total construction hours. Most of our volunteers have never worked on a construction site before and some have never held a hammer. But the wonderful part about contributing is that it doesn’t require extensive experience or skill to make a big difference. You’ll learn on the job from our construction site supervisor. It only takes passion and willingness!
We are currently in need of weekday volunteers!
Become a Mentor: The Financial Focus Program
What is the Focus Program?
The Financial Focus Program is a 6-week financial education course followed by a 6-month mentor program. It is designed to empower and guide participants to become knowledgeable on good financial practices.
How can you help?
We are looking for mentors for our Financial Focus Program. Mentors should have experience as successful homeowners and have financial literacy experience, including the ability to read a credit report, put together a budget, and make recommendations for improving credit.