Committee volunteers support vital aspects of Habitat’s programs. These behind-the-scenes volunteers lay the groundwork for the success of the Habitat’s many initiatives. Most committees meet monthly at the Habitat office. Please contact committee chairs to learn more about how you can become involved.
As a Habitat Metro Denver committee member, we require a year-long commitment that involves attending monthly meetings plus completing additional assignments between meetings.
In addition to committee volunteers, we also have a need for office volunteers to help manage the front desk by greeting visitors, answering calls, and other administrative tasks. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Lauren Russek.
Building on Faith Committee
Encourage support and involvement from the faith community
Contact: Molly McNerney
Meets: 1st Monday of the month at 7:00pm
Supports family services department with application sessions, underwrites mortgages, assists in family selection process.
Contact: Rhea Oberst
Habitat Young Professionals
HYP is a diverse group of high-energy, motivated young professionals committed to making a different in the Denver community through volunteering, fundraising and spreading the would about Habitat Metro Denver. Learn more about HYP
Contact: Alex Oesterle
Meets: Last Wednesday of the month from 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm.
Youth Programs Support
We are looking for an energetic team of adults to serve as coordinators for Youth United. The Youth United Steering Committee is a passionate team of high school students, ages 15-18, who make a difference in the Metro Denver community through advocacy, event planning, and unique service initiatives.
With rising popularity of the program, we need adults to work alongside youth to organize meetings, plan special events, and arrange volunteer days.
Want to learn more? Contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Provides graphic design, photography and PR expertise in order to spread the word about Habitat and build the organization’s brand. We currently have a specific need for graphic design support!
Contact: Robyn Burns
This committee does not regularly meet.
Makes presentations about Habitat for Humanity to religious organizations, businesses, schools, and community groups.
Contact: Lauren Russek
Meets: Periodically. Please contact Lauren for details.
Global Village Program
A Domestic and International Volunteer Program
Volunteer internationally to build decent, affordable shelter alongside members of the community. Learn about poverty housing, development challenges and Habitat’s ministry and mission to help eradicate them. The funds you raise help build decent shelter in the country you visit and support the Global Village program.
The Benefits of Volunteering on a Global Village Trip:
- You will have an opportunity to contribute to Habitat's work and create positive change in the world.
- You will learn about poverty housing, development challenges and Habitat’s mission to eradicate them.
- You will experience the community’s culture, language and social practices while working alongside homeowners and volunteers of all backgrounds, races and religions.
- You will take part in a transformative, lifelong journey that may ignite your passion for making this world a better place.
What to Expect from a Global Village Trip:
While every Global Village trip is different; you can expect to gain once-in-a-lifetime experiences and memories. Itineraries are balanced with plenty of work, rest and free time. During your trip, you will do more than help build houses―you will become part of the local community and participate in cultural activities