Volunteers will be contributing to the Habitat for Humanity's goal of eliminate substandard housing in the local, Reno area by doing construction on homes. Habitat for Humanity advocates for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources in order to help families improve their shelter conditions. You can help be apart of providing every person in this community a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety.
usually appropriate even in the summer, as they provide skin protection from the sun, as well as scrapes and
scratches. In cold weather, sweat shirts and other cold-weather clothing are recommended. Wear
comfortable shoes with low heels and adequate traction that cover the entire foot (no sandals). You should
bring gloves to protect your hands.
What to bring: Because we do not furnish lunch, and there is a lack of accommodations near the worksite,
we encourage you to bring plenty of your own food and non-alcoholic beverages for your own consumption.
We have standard hand tools and building materials. If you want to use your own hand tools, we require that
you sign the waiver on the application before using your tools at the worksite.