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To become a Habitat volunteer, follow these simple steps:
- Register as a volunteer on our Volunteer Up! page.
- Complete and submit the appropriate volunteer waiver:
Youth Volunteer Waiver
Adult Volunteer Waiver
Power Tool Release & Waiver (if working with power tools)
- Sign up for an event on our Volunteer Up! schedule
Volunteers play an essential role in our mission, whether it's on a construction site, at the Habitat ReStore, in our office, serving on a committee, or at one of our events. We welcome volunteers of all skill levels who are interested in contributing their time and talents toward making a difference in the lives of families in need!
Habitat for Humanity of Utah County provides opportunities for individuals and organizations to take action in the fight against substandard housing. Working together to help people become successful homeowners creates stability in the community.
Graphic Designer Needed
We need immediate volunteer help with compilation and design of our annual report. On-going needs include: graphics design of flyers, announcements, monthly newsletter, etc. If you can help on any or all of these, please call Kena @ (801) 344-8527.
To sign up for a build shift, view our calendar of available opportunities by clicking here. Select a day, then click "Sign Up". If you're a new volunteer, you'll need to register first. Construction volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. To use power tools, volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. No experience is necessary.
Become a Regular
Volunteer as a member of our Site Host or Crew Leader team. Crew Leader trainings are usually held at 9:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month. Site Host trainings are usually held at 10:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month. The next training will be Sat. Sept. 21st at 9:30/10:30 a.m.. Volunteers with weekday availability are especially needed!
- Site Host greet, check-in, organize and set up water and snacks for the volunteers, and watch for safety issues.
- Crew Leaders should have some construction experience, especially with power tools, and be able to lead small groups of 3 - 5 volunteers on their project during the shift.
Sign up for the trainings on the Volunteer Up! page.