We are a volunteer-driven organization which means that we rely on people like you in order to operate. From working on construction sites, at our ReStore, in our office, or serving on committees, volunteers greatly impact every aspect of our organization. Whatever your skill level, ability, or interest, there is a place for you!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to protect our staff and volunteers, only individuals with 100+ hours since last year are able to volunteer. This is at the recommendation of Habitat for Humanity International.

We look forward to welcoming more volunteers in the future. In the meantime, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at volunteers@habitatchoptank.org for ideas on how you can support Habitat Choptank from the safety of your home!

Construction

Our construction volunteers are an essential part of building homes, communities and hope. However, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have a limited number of no more than 6 construction volunteers per job site. Volunteers currently serving are those who gave 100+ hours since last year. We are not taking new volunteers at this time but look forward to welcoming more volunteers in the future. This is a policy that Habitat affiliates across the country are being asked to follow.

ReStore

Our ReStore volunteers are an important part of the store’s workforce and help with a wide range of tasks. ReStore volunteers may assist in picking up or accepting donations, organizing and inventorying items and goods for resale, greeting and assisting customers, helping at checkout, or assisting in the ReStore office. We look forward in the future to being able to expand our ReStore volunteer workforce beyond those with 100+ hours of service.

individuals

There are so many ways to get involved as an individual volunteer. You can help make a difference in our community!

businesses & social groups

Looking for a meaningful team building activity? We’ve got you covered.

volunteer orientation

Find our Volunteer Orientation information and safety videos here.