Volunteer

Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is a volunteer-driven organization. We welcome people from all walks of life to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with families in need. We invite volunteers to help us build, assist in the office, work in the ReStore, serve on committees, and help with special projects that benefit the organization. As a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, there is always a place for you to bring your unique talents and skills. Experience is not necessary to volunteer with us. Our staff and volunteer leaders will provide you with all the training needed. Our partner families work alongside many of our volunteers while they are earning sweat equity, so it’s a great way to meet future Habitat homeowners.

Ways to Volunteer

We invite volunteers to help us build, assist in the office, work in the ReStore, serve on committees, and help with special projects that benefit the organization. As a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, there is always a place for you to bring your unique talents and skills. Experience is not necessary to volunteer with us. Our staff and volunteer leaders will provide you with all the training needed. Our partner families work alongside many of our volunteers while they are earning sweat equity, so it’s a great way to meet future Habitat homeowners.

Helpful Links

Waiver - Adult form
Waiver - Minor form

Find your place with Habitat

Safety Orientation
Use code W8NAEBTG and select the "Volunteering on a Habitat site" training option.


Crew Leader Skills Assessment
Assessment Form
  “Being part of Habitat as a volunteer is so rewarding.  I’ve met so many great people and learned a lot about myself.” Kevin, Habitat volunteer  

Volunteer


Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is a volunteer-driven organization. We welcome people from all walks of life to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with families in need.

We invite volunteers to help us build, assist in the office, work in the ReStore, serve on committees, and help with special projects that benefit the organization. As a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, there is always a place for you to bring your unique talents and skills.


Experience is not necessary to volunteer with us. Our staff and volunteer leaders will provide you with all the training needed. Our partner families work alongside many of our volunteers while they are earning sweat equity, so it’s a great way to meet future Habitat homeowners.


Individual Opportunities

Habitat for Humanity offers multiple ways for individuals to join us in our mission of eliminating poverty housing. Whether it’s swinging a hammer, answering phones, ringing up sales at ReStore, providing a snack to our workers, or serving on one of our volunteer teams, there is a place for individuals from all walks of life to volunteer at Habitat. Some volunteer roles include:

  • Office support
  • Spanish translation
  • Construction
  • Food / snack donor
  • ReStore Volunteering 
  • Committees including:  Public relations, family selection, special events and finance
It's easy to volunteer with us. Contact our Volunteer Liaison to find an opportunity that suits your interests and availability. 

Group Opportunities

Volunteering is a great way to bring your corporate, faith, or community group together and improve your teamwork.  We offer construction and ReStore opportunities for groups.  If you are interested in volunteering with your group or organization, please contact us by phone or email for more details.  One representative from your group must first attend an informal tour, and our volunteer liaison will be happy to schedule a time with you.

Student Opportunities

As a student of Indiana University or Bloomington High School North, you can also get involved with Habitat for Humanity through your school’s chapter. Both chapters have build spots reserved for large groups throughout the year, and are always welcoming of new members. In addition to building, each chapter hosts special events to raise awareness and support for Habitat for Humanity. Habitat chapters are a great way to meet like-minded people, and they’ll keep you engaged in both your school and your community.

Please visit the IU or North websites more information.