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Staff a Table at Local Events

Staff a Table at Local Events Volunteers are needed 3-4 times per year to help staff a table with Habitat information on and to talk with interested individuals.  Tables are usually set up at Volunteer Fairs (at colleges, businesses, or the Public Library), at churches, or at Home Shows.  The brochures and display materials will […]

Ride your bike in the Habitat 500

About The Habitat 500 is a bicycle ride (not a race) and fundraiser that covers 500 miles over the course of 7 days (an average of 71 miles per day).  Each rider raises funds from family, friends, businesses, and church groups and designates the Habitat for Humanity affiliates they wish to support (both locally and […]

Family Services – Family Selection Committee

Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity is seeking community members to be on the Family Selection Committee. Family Selection Committee Members are responsible for reviewing applications using our three objective selection criteria: need, ability to pay and willingness to partner. As part of the application review, members may conduct a home visit to an applicant to obtain further […]

Meal Preparation/Baking

Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers to donate baked cookies or goodies and deliver them to the office at various times throughout the year for wall raisings, dedications, and other special events.  Volunteers are also needed to bake cookies as way to appreciate volunteers on construction sites. Responsibilities When called or e-mailed by the volunteer manager, Meal […]

Office Cleaning

General Summary: Volunteers are needed to do cleaning at the Habitat for Humanity office. Duties: A complete checklist of cleaning tasks is provided for the volunteer.  Tasks include vacuuming, cleaning a small kitchenette, cleaning two bathrooms, dusting, sweeping, mopping, taking out trash and recycling, etc. Time Commitment: Cleaning in the office needs to be done […]

Office – Database Organization

Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity uses volunteers to enter donor and volunteer information into our database, Raiser’s Edge. Expectations Data entry organization volunteers will work with confidential and sensitive information so professional discretion is expected. Volunteer Impact Data entry organization volunteers help save our staff time and keep Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity’s office operating efficiently. This also allows […]