Youth Volunteers

Loudoun Habitat loves our young volunteers and we offer a variety of ways for kids of all ages to be involved in our efforts to build affordable housing for our partner families! 

Please note the minimum age to volunteer on a construction site is 16. Youth aged 16 and 17 are welcome to volunteer, but must be accompanied by a parent to be on a construction site.

Elementary Students

While this age group may not be able to serve in our ReStore or on-site building a house, they can still become a part of the Habitat community. Schools and student groups can help through fundraising projects that include silent auctions, coin box campaigns, bake sales, sporting events and donation drives for the ReStore. They can provide meals for volunteers on the work site and advocate for decent housing through in-school programs. These activities benefit the Habitat mission while giving this age group the chance to give back to the community. To learn more or to share an idea, please email by clicking here or calling our offices at 703-737-6772.

Habitat for Humanity International also offers resources and activities to use in the classroom or with a group. Contact us so we can work with your group to provide additional resources specific to our affiliate.

Middle and High School Students and Groups

Our high school students are the future of Habitat in our community. Loudoun Habitat has worked with several local high school’s to host fundraising events, provide volunteers for Habitat events and spread the word about the work of Habitat in Loudoun County. This provides the opportunity for students to learn valuable leadership skills, understand economic issues facing the community and earn service hours needed for graduation. If you are interested in learning more or signing up, please email us by clicking here.

Our high school students are the future of Habitat in our community. Loudoun Habitat has worked with several local high school’s to host fundraising events, provide volunteers for Habitat events and spread the word about the work of Habitat in Loudoun County. This provides the opportunity for students to learn valuable leadership skills, understand economic issues facing the community and earn service hours needed for graduation. If you are interested in learning more or signing up, please email us by clicking here.