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It is our duty to inspire and encourage youth to become actively involved in service at a young age so they may better understand the needs of others and the best way to meet those needs.
By spreading awareness of our mission and taking part in it, youth become part of a large network of dedicated individuals focused on helping individuals build homes, communities, and hope.
Ready to get started? Contact the Volunteer Manager today!
Our Caring Kids program gives those 14 and under an opportunity to support our vision of creating a world where everyone has a decent place to live. By spreading awareness of our mission, you become part of a large network of dedicated individuals focused on helping individuals build homes, communities, and hope.
Youth Programs Resources and Activities: https://www.habitat.org/volunteer/near-you/youth-programs/resources
Examples of youth projects:
Future Framers is a club designed for high school students that have shown interest in Habitat for Humanity and wish to engage and support the organization. As Future Framers, high school students have a responsibility to not only frame houses, but perspectives, influencing the perception of affordable housing.
Clubs are focused on service. The goal is to get younger individuals involved and see the direct impact Habitat makes. Students receive the tools necessary to initiate/continue a campus chapter or create a volunteer group.
Collegiate Changers promote affordable housing in our community and are committed to partnering with families in need and volunteers to transform lives through decent and affordable housing.
All colleges within Burlington and Mercer Counties are eligible to become a Campus Chapter.