Volunteer

We build strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter.

Opportunities

Why volunteer?

As a Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County Volunteer you will not only make a difference with just one day’s work, you will assist families and individuals to move forward and achieve stability through our programming.

Reason #1

Our volunteers enable us to provide programs - like homeownership and Ramp & Rails - to eligible families and individuals in Monmouth County. In 2017, volunteers donated over 13,000 hours of service to support our affiliate.

Reason #2

Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County provides individuals or groups the opportunity to learn a new skill, practice an old one or contribute meaningfully to their community.

Volunteer Groups

Youth Opportunities

Habitat recognizes that our youth are our future. Through our Youth programs we are engaging our youngest volunteers in a variety of ways!

Women Build Warriors

Join our Women Build Warriors group learn new skills, meet new people and help support Habitat’s programs.

Volunteered with us? Check out our photos on Flickr!

What our volunteers say…

We all enjoyed our day and felt privileged to work alongside the homeowner. We found him to be a delightful, motivated hard worker and wish him much happiness in his new home.”

VolunteerWestminster Presbyterian Church

I wanted to write to thank you for giving Project Shelter the opportunity to volunteer at the Atlantic Highlands sites last Saturday. This was an excellent experience for our organization and we hope we were able to positively contribute to the project."

Yousef A. Volunteer

Naval Weapons Station Earle NJ Community service will like to thank your organization for letting the sailors and civilian lend a helping hand giving back to the community. The volunteer hours put forth to help your organization is the way our sailors thank you and helps them develop personal and professionally."

Naval Weapon Station Earle

Rave reviews from the NJ Department of Health team who worked on the Rivera home. Those who attended said they were very happy to be a part. It was a good experience for all. Thanks so much for your work in preparing for our stay."

VolunteerNJ Department of Health