We thank you for the ongoing effort and support to make a difference in the Mt. Washington Valley.
HOW ELSE CAN YOU HELP??
Provide a picnic lunch for the volunteer crew on any Thursday workday. The volunteers (usually about 15-20 people) are not fussy – a simple sandwich, cold drink, and maybe a cookie.
Many local restaurants and members of the “Valley Originals” have donated lunches and pizzas. They continue to offer us their kindness and generosity. This year due to the scope of work on the condo project, we will be working a longer season and will need more lunch support.
If you are willing to provide lunch on a Thursday of your choice, please call the office at (603) 356-3832. Leave your name and phone number. Someone will contact you to schedule the date and arrange for pickup and delivery of the lunches.
Yard Sales are our largest fund raising activity each year. Profits from Yard Sales are used for the purchase of building materials used in construction of our homes. For details about the Yard Sale, see here. We need volunteer help in two areas:
Furniture Pickup – We always need help with furniture pickups in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. We pick up furniture on Saturdays. We need help picking up these donations. Please contact us through the form below or by calling our office at (603) 356-3832.
At the Yard Sale – Volunteers are always needed to help at our yard sales. Yard sales are held in June and again in late August/September.
Unlike many Habitat affiliates, we are a 100% volunteer organization and have many committees that could use your help. Your participation for a short or long term help add new ideas and energy to our work. These are some of our committees – all are looking for helpful community participants.
Site selection and purchase for new builds
Arranging Business Sponsor and Partnership for donations and fund raisers
Finance & Computer Work
Family Selection Committee reviews applications and evaluates an applicant’s qualifications for home ownership.
Family Support Team works directly with our first time homeowners. This committee begins working with the families upon their selection, throughout the building process, and then for the first year after their home is complete.
Public Relations Committee working with local media and through social networks to improve communications about our needs and activities with neighbors, business groups and churches.
Fill out the contact form here if you are interested or want more information.