There are many ways to get involved with Habitat for Humanity here in the UK or overseas, either as an individual or as part of a group. If you have any ideas, suggestions or requests please get in touch with us. See below for our current opportunities:
- Individual Volunteering
- Employee Volunteering
- International Volunteering – Global Village with Habitat for Humanity
- Fundraising Events
Current Opportunities Available in 2016
Charlie Chaplin Adventure Playground, Kennington
Project Information CCAP 2016(<Click for more details)
Habitat for Humanity Homes have been supporting this project for the last five years. CCAP provide a safe place for children with impairments to play in Kennington. Tasks for volunteers are to continue with the landscaping and maintenance work of the equipment and gardens. This project can host up to 20 people a day, depending on the time of year you wish volunteer. This project is available during school term time only, as they have play schemes running through the school holidays. Please visit here for more information about the playground.
Kingsley Hall Community Centre, Dagenham
Project Information Kingsley Hall (<Click for more details)
Working with this project that has big plans to become a thriving hub of activity in the heart of London’s largest housing estate. Tasks include creating a new look to the entrance, decorating internal, removing window grates, painting external walls, small areas of external landscaping and clearing, and relocating their office space to enable a larger redevelopment to take place in the main building. This is essential work and is needed now. This project is available for teams of up to 10 volunteers a day. Please visit here to find out more information about Kingsley Hall in the community.
St Michael’s Centre, Fulham
Project Information SMC Fulham (<Click here for me details)
The Centre focuses on the self-worth of the young people and their future role that they will play in the community; they remind them of their potential and opportunities. are working with them on an exciting long term plan to include affordable housing, but in the meantime, we are delighted to offer the opportunity for volunteers and corporates to partner with us to help improve and decorate the venue to be more attractive and welcoming. The tasks available include; building storage for the art room, internal and external painting and decorating, build planters for BBQ area, create storage for bin area, repair lean to roof The project is currently available for teams of up to 10 volunteers per day. Please visit here to find out more information about St Michael’s Centre.
Housing for Women Refuge, Greenwich
The Housing for Women Refuges, house women and their children who have been subject to domestic violence and abuse. Two of their refuges are in need of decoration, and be made more welcoming. The refuges are based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the precise locations are confidential, and only given to volunteers 1 week prior to their volunteering date. Tasks include painting and decorating the communal areas; such as the hallways, kitchen, dining area and stairways. Due to space constraints and health & safety, this project can accommodate up to 5 volunteers per day. Please visit here to find our more information about the valuable work and support provided to vulnerable women, by Housing for Women.
Contact us online or call Kaia Ita (Corporate Relations Manager) / Gareth Hepworth (CEO) on 020 7732 0066 to find out about our current and forthcoming projects and how you and your company can get involved.