Volunteering with Twin Cities Habitat is fun! No
construction experience is required. No one is asked to
do anything they’re not comfortable with. Volunteering
is a full day commitment. Please plan to work the entire
shift. Breaks are in the morning, at lunch and in afternoon.
Please arrive on time (8:15 check-in/8:30 start) and check-in with the Site Supervisor.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Be up-to-date with your tetanus vaccine. Adults
need a booster every ten years. Alert the people you
are working with if you have a medical condition
Habitat should be aware of (allergies, asthma, heart
problems, etc). There is a first aid kit on every site.
WHAT TO BRING
• Completed volunteer waiver paperwork
• Lunch and snacks
• Sunscreen as appropriate
• Reusable water container
• Tools and equipment will be provided (you are
responsible for any personal tools you bring)
WHAT TO WEAR
• Comfortable clothes that can get dirty
• Dress for the weather and wear layers
• Work boots or sneakers (no open-toe/heel shoes)
• Work gloves (there will be extra available)
• Hat and/or sunglasses as appropriate
FOOD & SNACKS
Habitat does not provide food on site. If your
group is not providing food, please bring your
own snacks and lunch. There will be drinking
water and restroom facilities at every site.
YOUTH VOLUNTEER SPECIFICS
For safety reasons, youth under the age of sixteen (16)
are not allowed to volunteer on active construction sites.
Teenagers fourteen through fifteen (14–15) are allowed
to volunteer at the ReStore or landscaping projects. We
require one adult leader for every group of four youth.
All adult supervisors must be 21 years or older.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Clarke Porter via email: email@example.com with any questions.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Where do I park?
Street parking will be available.