Your monetary donations and gifts enable us to continue our mission of breaking the cycle of poverty by providing affordable homes. Also, it is important to donate building materials, furniture, and/or appliances to Habitat for Humanity. We operate a ReStore in which the proceeds benefit house construction.
Join us in the fight for affordable housing! We have countless opportunities for volunteers that range from working on site to working in the ReStore. With your help, we can keep construction costs lower and have a greater impact on the community.
Spread the word about the need to have affordable housing! World Habitat Day, Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, is dedicated to making people aware of the need for better shelter around the globe.
4. Attend one of our special events
Find out what special events we are holding! Throughout the year, there are various fundraisers, volunteer efforts, and faith opportunities. For example, once a month, we have a Habi Hour which consists of drink specials and complimentary appetizers and some of the proceeds will be donated to the organization. It is a great way to have fun and give back! You can find opportunities like this on our website, www.richmondhabitat.org.
5. Follow, Like, Pin
Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and follow our Pinterest boards. We provide information on current projects and activities taking place and engaging stories about Habitat homeowners.
6. Women Build
Women Build is a Habitat for Humanity International program that encourages women to make a difference by building homes and communities. The program seeks to encourage women volunteers to further the home-building mission of Habitat for Humanity. Women Build is not about excluding anyone. It is about including women and opening new doors of opportunity. It is held from September 25th through the 28th. If you are interested in participating, email or call Whitney Guthrie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 232-7001 ext. 112 to receive a registration packet today!
7. Youth Program
Get your kids involved in the Habitat Youth Program and make them Habitat leaders of tomorrow. We hold many activities and contests for the local youth such as the Paint the Mission Contest, LEGO Blitz Build, Youth Leadership Councils, Cardboard City Challenge, and a Habitat for Humanity Club. Visit our website and check out these great opportunities, http://www.richmondhabitat.org/youth-united/.