RAISE THE ROOF with Habitat for Humanity!

Day of Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Sonoma County

When wildfires ravaged Sonoma and Napa Counties in October of 2017, the Jewish community throughout the region deployed volunteers to support our North Bay neighbors. This spring, our Jewish Communities are invited to return for a day of service, building homes with Habitat for Humanity. The staggering loss of 6,000 homes, many in fragile neighborhoods, will forever link Habitat For Humanity’s mission of affordable housing for all, to wildfire/disaster recovery. Join us for a meaningful day of tikkun olam.

Join our partners from Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Jewish Community Federation of the East Bay, and Jewish Community Center of San Francisco for one or all of these fun service dates.

Register to volunteer on one of the three dates below

Sunday, April 28

Sonoma Wildfire Cottages, Medtronic Campus

Sunday, June 2

Green Valley Village, Graton

 

Sunday, October 27

Green Valley Village, Graton

 

8:30 am – 3:00 pm

 

8:30 am – 3:00 pm

 

8:30 am – 3:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A delicious box lunch and beverage will be provided to all participants.

THERE ARE THREE STEPS TO THE PROCESS:

Step 1. Fill in the Volunteer Application. When you enter your email address into its field, you will receive an email confirmation with a verification code. Please copy this code and paste it into volunteer application box at the bottom. 

Step 2. Once you submit your application electronically, you will receive an email confirmation with a Habitat link to sign up for volunteer shifts. To sign up for a shift, click on the link and choose one of the above Sunday dates. The calendar listing for April 28 is Sonoma County Wildfire Cottages in Santa Rosa. The calendar listing for June 2 and October 27 is Green Valley Village, Graton.

Step 3. Please read the Safety Guidelines. Print the last page, sign it, and bring only the last page with you on your day of service. Individuals are welcome to sign up for a day of physical work. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age to be on a job site, and must be able to lift 20 pounds.

Construction volunteers work alongside Habitat’s construction team and partner families to help build Habitat houses. No previous construction experience is necessary. Habitat will provide all the tools, training, and safety equipment needed to work on their construction sites. Registration is required to participate.

For your comfort, the following items are highly recommended: 

  • Work gloves are provided. You may opt to bring your own.  
  • Water bottle. A cold water station is on site.  
  • A hat and sunscreen
  • Construction site appropriate clothing (long sleeves and pants)
  • Closed toed, closed heeled footwear (required)

"Thank you for creating such a fun and gratifying volunteer experience. I loved working with Habitat For Humanity and being able to spend the day with kind, generous people, This was a Sunday well spent!"

"It was an all-around satisfying way to give back to the community and connect with other Jewish members of the community. When's the next one? Loved it."

 

Sponsored by the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund

For questions or additional information, contact Carol Appel, Jewish Concierge of Sonoma County, or call 415.847.2992.

Interests: Volunteering
Date: 
April 28, 2019 to October 27, 2019
TIME: 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 
Various locations in Santa Rosa and Graton, CA
Cost: 
Free - Registration is Required

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Organized By: 
Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund
Co-organizers: 
Habitat For Humanity
Event Contact Person: 
Carol Appel
415.847.2992
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