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Volunteers Against Home Improvement Fraud Needed

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Writing for a Noble Cause & Great People!
Volunteering a written account of your own contractor-related home experiences or those of others, can be helpful towards a lot more people than you may presently imagine ...

LAPTOP/DESKTOP, and Standard PDF Proficiency Required [ Local, State, and National]

"It's not a 'job.' It's a 'personal activity'." (HGRBS Volunteer Creed)


Aside from being 18 years of age or over; a U.S. Citizen who residing here at time of query, and computer literate ... ....

  1. Detail-oriented.

  2. Pro-private home setting.

  3. Very comfortable with online opportunities.

  4. Passionate about the urgency of homeowners being better informed against fraud.

  5. Ability to "take ownership" of any opportunity we untake toward this social good.


Here is another honorable volunteer opportunity for doing our part in service to others. There is no term commitment. This opportunity is primarily online. It entails connecting with social community organizations online to share information about the availability of crucial fraud prevention homeowner's guides. They are free and quickly downloadable. Open-source. There is no sign-up requirement for access.

These essential guides are useful for aiding private homeowner awareness in these ways:

* Safer approaches to hiring.

* How to identify the right tradesmen/women for the job.

* Other useful, self-empowering ideas.

Volunteer assistance is always needed because there is a shortage of the right information reaching residents directly. You can help close this gap by connecting with social organizations which serve them and sharing the news about these special homeowner's guides.

Volunteer allies do this online. The nonprofit offers a handy "Tips Sheet" for volunteers to refer to and a helpful all-volunteer staff to guide them along.

If this social opportunity is suitable for you, please feel completely free to connect for details via Volunteermatch clearance.


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300 Lenora St, Seattle, WA 98121, US

Mission Statement

Mission: To Connect with & Support private home decision makers locally, statewide, and nationally through providing adequate online/offline FREE information for establishing successful resident-contractor relations. Simply put, to continually provide quality FREE information to residents towards making safer and wiser decisions hiring building trades personnel (such as contractors)


HGRBS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit of independent volunteers. It functions as an exclusive consumer information service. Exclusive emphasis is on supporting the rights and privileges of American private home decision makers in resident-contractor relations.

Specific values are towards residents making safer and wiser decisions, thereby, accruing better, most comparable results.

Demographic Focus: Private residential settings of detached single-family, duplex, and triplex structures, including similarly structured dwellings of townships, mansions, and estates.

Specific Concerns: Home maintenance and improvement in resident-contractor relations.

*Consistent with the HGRBS "Free Service Policy," the nonprofit offers and delivers primarily online [yet also in real-time] free information, advice, consultation, and support specifically related to matters of private home maintenance and improvement locally, statewide, and nationally in the United States. This is its irrevocable policy for operations.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Media & Broadcasting


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Adult Education




  • Must be at least 18
  • Volunteers are passionate about sharing the news about the free availability of crucial anti-fraud information for homeowners. There is no time commitment. Each volunteer sets his/her own schedule. This is a 'personal activity.'
  • Since the nonprofit offers all information free to residents, volunteers may be careful not to mix this social good with commercial pursuit. There is no paid writing staff. Volunteers do it out of personal belief in this much neglected social good.

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