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Habitat for Humanity

Why Become a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer?

Madison County has experienced a more than 2 percent increase in the poverty rate in recent years.  The median income is barely sufficient for a family of four.  Home ownership is a goal for many and HFH provides an opportunity for some to reach that goal.

What Can You Do?

You can become a HFH volunteer.  Remember, with Habitat it is not a problem if you don't have a specific skill level. HFH will match you with someone who does. HFH is a great way to learn a new skill and give to a great cause. 

What Would I Do?

Habitat for Humanity volunteers provide most of the labor, and individual and corporate donors provide money and materials to build Habitat houses. Remember, there are many ways that you can serve, some of which require no knowledge of construction.
Partner families themselves invest hundreds of hours of labor, "sweat equity”, into building their homes and the homes of others. Their mortgage payments go into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more houses. 

When and Where?

There are many ways you can serve. HFH would work with you about how you can best fit in.HFH Volunteers would serve at the Anderson HFH locations and at build sites around the county.

How?

Sign up for RSVP and become a volunteer that wants to make a difference.  You will receive training from Habitat for Humanity to help you become the best HFH volunteer you can be.

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