Volunteer

For the second time this year students from Kapa'a High School arrived at the Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity jobsite in 'Ele'ele to work along side Habitat home buyers as they build their future homes. The purpose of these community projects is to provide relative learning opportunities for the students in Michelle Gibson's Social Studies class. With relative learning, the students...

News of our Volunteer Appreciation Week breakfast made the news! Check out the story as it appeared in The Garden Island newspaper. A house makes a difference - The Garden Island...

As National Volunteer Week winds down, we wanted to make sure our volunteers know just how much they mean to us. So this morning we held a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast to present them with tokens of our appreciation and recognize all the hard work they so generously do for our organization and community. We couldn't be more grateful to have...

We are celebrating National Volunteer Week this week! It's the time of  year that we shine a light on the people that make an impact on our lives through volunteer service. We are truly blessed to have so many wonderful individuals giving their time and talent to making sure everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to call home...

It's always hard to say good-bye! Especially to a Travel & Build group that are so dedicated to our mission of ensuring everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to call home. This group, led by Jean Currie, impressed us all with their work ethic. You could really see the pride they took in getting so much done while...

Our new Travel & Build team, led by Jean Currie, has arrived on island! Before they grab their hammers and head to the jobsite they begin their trip with an orientation of our organization and a team building experience. A great way to get to know your new team mates is by enjoying the beauty of Kaua'i while hiking on...

We are thrilled to have Jean Currie arriving at Kaua'i Habitat this morning! Jean is here leading a group of dedicated volunteers that will be spending time building homes and hope with us as part of our Travel & Build program! These groups do so much for us, and seeing a returning familiar face always brightens our day! Welcome back...

We are thrilled to have Mike and Joanne Solak back on island and working hard at our jobsite! Mike and Joanne regularly visit Kaua'i and while they are on island they always spend time building homes and hope with Kaua'i Habitat! This Canadian couple are spending just over two weeks with us and are currently raising walls on the future...

At Kaua'i Habitat, so much of our work depends upon dedicated and reliable volunteers. We are always searching for those special people who consistently show up at our jobsite ready to go to work. We call these individuals our Core Volunteers! These volunteers function as staff for our organization and their only payment is knowing that they are making a...

  Our visiting volunteer group from Trinity Western University made the news in our own local newspaper; The Garden Island. Read the complete story "Spartans come to build" to find out what our volunteers think about working with Habitat for Humanity and the impact it has on them. The Garden Island - Spartans come to build ...