It’s Not All Hammer and Nails

Would you like to volunteer on the work site, but don’t think you can perform much physical labor? We have a need for volunteers of every capability and talent. Give us a call so you can get involved in truly satisfying work. Review the MCHFH Events page. Give the office a call at (570) 216-4390 and speak to Scott Fabian, MCHFH Volunteer Coordinator, or email us at Volunteer@HabitatMC.org, to see how you can help make a difference.


Monroe County Habitat for Humanity operates via a committee structure of dedicated volunteers, for everything from Family Selection to the Celebration Dinner. For detailed contact information and how to become involved, please see our Committees page.

Family Sponsor

Works hands-on with the families to answer their questions and help them understand homeowners’ duties.

Community Relations

Serve as a Habitat for Humanity liaison to your community to keep people informed on upcoming volunteer and partnership opportunities.  Assist with volunteer outreach, coordination, and orientation.

Faith Relations

Habitat for Humanity works with congregations of all faiths in partnering to accomplish our mission of community building through Home Preservation and Home Ownership. When people of different faiths come together to build a Habitat house, individuals find a new respect for one another.


We welcome volunteers of all skill levels to join us as we transform lives and our county by repairing quality homes in partnership with families in need.  As a construction volunteer, you will work with skilled Habitat staff and Partner Families on home repair projects.  We train you and have all the tools you need.

Office Help

Help out with the essential work of answering phones, filing, data entry, creating volunteer manuals, bulk mailings, and more. You’ll play a key role in helping with the Habitat mission of ensuring that all Monroe County residents have a decent place to live.

Get Involved

»  Committees
»  Job Calendar
»  Construction
Why Support Monroe County Habitat for Humanity?

Because decent, stable housing provides more than just a roof over someone’s head.

Help Support Monroe County Habitat for Humanity Today!MAKE A DIFFERENCE

My mother always told me that it's better to give than to receive, but it took me my whole life to figure that out.

Harold Jacobs, Volunteer

The heroes are the people we're doing this for, because they need the help. That's what we do.

Steve Bogan, Volunteer

It means a lot to me that I can come here and help people that doesn't require me to write them a bill at the end – and I can give them the skill level that they need, I can give them hope.

Jim Pepper, Home Preservation Manager