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With friends, family, co-workers, or on your own!
Investing your time in the lives of others by volunteering with Habitat Iredell is a truly rewarding experience. We have several opportunities for everyone, and welcome volunteers of al levels and interests. Every volunteer has a talent to bring to Habitat, whether it is to build homes, work in our office, work in our ReStore, or help on a committee. All are welcome. Find the one that is just right for you! Our mission is powered by the generosity of volunteers like YOU.
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Imagine watching a family walk through the door of their very first home - it is an amazing experience! As a construction volunteer, you will work at the job site with other volunteers alongside a Habitat partner family.
You can expect to do anything from hanging windows and installing sheet rock, to painting walls and planting flowers. Don't worry if you don't have construction skills. There are several ways for you to be involved and all come with hands-on training!
Habitat for Humanity of Iredell County could not function without the support of our volunteers. The common interest of all our volunteers is their willingness to help families build homes, which would otherwise not be able to afford a home. Every volunteer has a talent to bring to Habitat, whether it is to build homes, working in our office, work in our store, or help on a committee. All are welcome.
Together, you will make the family's dream of home ownership a reality.
Restore is a retail outlet which sells donated new and used items to support the homebuilding efforts of Habitat Iredell. With our limited budget and minimal staff, the driving force behind this organization is people like you.
Volunteers at ReStore will prepare and stock products in the warehouse, as well as provide excellent service to our great customers. Volunteers in the ReStore help us to build a better future for families in need here in Iredell County.
What is your service really worth? Based on the current national minimum wage, an hour of work is worth approximately $7. Expanded over a calendar year, a volunteer working just 6 hours a week for 12 months will contribute more than $2000 worth of service to Habitat.