There is no strict age limit, rather, this site relies on the organizers of your group to determine what is best for your group. Any volunteer under 18 will need a parent or guardian to initial the liability release form.
Possible Work Projects
Repairs can include, but are not limited to, drywall, flooring, cabinets, siding, porches, ramps, etc.
Accommodations and Meals
The volunteer house has 50 twin size bunks/beds spread among 5 rooms in dorm style housing. Private accommodations for couples or those requiring an individual room can often be arranged, based on availability, and with advance notice.
Separate male and female baths are located on the 2nd floor along with the housing. Both baths include 3 showers, 3 commodes, and 4 sinks. Also upstairs are washers and dryers for the use of the volunteers.
There is a large kitchen available for meal preparation. It includes 2 stoves, 3 refrigerators, microwave, freezer, ice machine and all of the necessary meal prep equipment.
$25 per person per night
Your group is responsible for all costs associated with your trip.
Tools and Materials
All building materials are provided. Most of the larger tools, power saws, tile cutters, ladders, etc., are available. It is recommended that teams provide their personal hand tools, drills, etc.
There are 6 RV hook-ups available at a church located about a 25 minute drive from the volunteer house.
Things to Bring:
- Bedding: sleeping bag/pillow/sheets/blanket
- Towel and bathroom items
- Work clothes
- Closed-toe shoes for job sites
- At least one pair of jeans/pants for some job sites
- Work gloves
- Casual clothing for “down-time”
- Bug spray
- Games/Frisbee/free time stuff
- Cooler with drinks for your job site