Habitat staff has known for years that our volunteers are so sweet they could be made of sugar! But, perhaps they are made of a special weather resistant, anti-dissolving sugar that only the Portland Metro area can produce because our volunteers don’t let a little (or a lot) of rain stop them from building!

Right now, Habitat has many construction and non-construction volunteer opportunities available  to help keep our momentum going on each of our homes during the winter weather. Each site is equipped with hot coffee and cocoa to help keep volunteers warm and most of our sites are progressing towards working on tasks inside the homes, out of the rain and cold. No construction experience needed! Click the button below to sign up for construction volunteer opportunities.

Have skills that are best suited off the construction site? We have several chances to volunteer in our offices, ReStores and with events and committees. Check out our volunteer opportunities beyond construction.

Worried about the white stuff?

Snow and icy weather conditions sometimes happen in the Portland Metro area. Check out our Inclement Weather Policy for info on what to do when signed up to volunteer during bad weather.

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