UPDATE: This event is now sold out.
- Tuesday, June 13: 1pm - 3pm EST - SOLD OUT
- Tuesday, June 13: 3pm - 5pm EST - SOLD OUT
Be a part of the "Habitat experience" by helping to build the framing for the interior and exterior walls for a Habitat for Humanity house, sponsored by The Home Depot Foundation and known as "the House that Friendship Built."
During a two-hour shift, you will be instructed on safety procedures for building the frames of the walls that will eventually be incorporated into a house for a Habitat homeowner. A limited number of up to 75 volunteers per shift will work side by side with Rotary International President John Germ and his family. Volunteers must wear closed-toed shoes and will sign a waiver of liability before participating. Registration fee includes a commemorative T-shirt.
Those who are closed out of volunteering for the Habitat build itself will have the opportunity sign the wall frames so that the lucky Habitat homeowner will know of the support of Rotarians from around the world!
Financial donations in $20 increments are also welcomed - for those who do not wish to participate in the build.