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Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte is looking for volunteers to teach homeownership skills to our
partner families! When a family is buying a home through Habitat Charlotte, they attend brief
classes on homeownership and financial literacy to ensure their success as new homeowners.
Volunteers in this role will help facilitate these classes by presenting on skills such as working
with utility companies, patching drywall, maintaining appliances, etc. By volunteering your time,
you will be helping us partner with more families in our mission to end poverty housing in the
About Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte
3815 Latrobe Drive, Charlotte, NC 28211, US
Founded as a Christian Ministry, Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte works in partnership with God and people from all walks of life to develop community with people in need by building and renovating homes, so that people can live and grow into all that God intended. Habitat Charlotte's mission is accomplished by: Constructing simple, decent, and affordable houses, Selling the houses at no profit and no interest and using the mortgage payments to build more houses. Demonstrating the love and teachings of Jesus Christ, Providing a way for sharing between the affluent and those in need, Working in partnership with representative local leadership, Selecting families in greatest need first, without favoritism or discrimination.
Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte builds houses in partnership with low income working families who purchase the homes at no-interest and no profit. Volunteer labor and donated items help keep house costs low. Families must work on their own and other's homes.
We'll work with your schedule.
3815 Latrobe DrCharlotte, NC 28211
- Teaching / Instruction
- Facilities Management
- Adult Education
- Home Repair
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Approximate Hours: 2 per class Frequency: 1 class per month Length of Commitment: 6 months Days of the Week: Thursday (evening) or Saturday (morning)
- Either: a. Current experienced homeowner (at least 3 years of homeownership) b. Knowledgeable or experienced in a specific homeowner skill (eg: working with utility companies, patching drywall, maintaining appliances, etc)