Jobsite Information

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona is currently engaging enthusiastic volunteer groups and individuals valley-wide.

Please Note: If you are a first time volunteer you will need to attend a New Volunteer Orientation before you can volunteer.

Age & Rain Policies

The jobsite is a crowded place, please be aware of your surroundings at all times. You are responsible for your own safety as well as the safety of others and if you see something unsafe, please mitigate the problem or notify your House Lead. No one younger than 16 years of age is permitted on a jobsite, as specified in Arizona State Labor Laws.

Dress with Safety in Mind

Clothes should fit comfortably, but should not be baggy. We ask that long sleeves are buttoned and long hair is pulled back. Please do not wear jewelry or open-toed shoes/ sandals.Work boots or hiking boots are recommended, but thick soled athletic shoes are acceptable, as well. Hard hats are required when overhead work is being done and eye protection must be worn when operating power tools.

Site Schedules

All Sites are closed on Sundays, Mondays and major holidays.

Saturday Build Schedule

  • From the first weekend after April 15 until October 31: 6:30 am start time.
  • The first weekend after October 31: 7:30 am start time.

Individuals

If you have attended an orientation please contact the Volunteer and Community Support Team to register for a worksite.

Groups

If you are volunteering as part of a faith-based or corporate group, check with your coordinator for site information or contact our Resource Development or Volunteer Services Team. It is essential that you call ahead to schedule a time to volunteer as space is limited.

Please read and follow the guidelines on the jobsite information page.

Vital information such as tasks, tools and lunch instructions are provided on site. Arizona State Law does not allow volunteers under 16 on a construction site. Volunteers who are 16 or 17 years old cannot perform tasks such as working on the roof, using power tools and getting on ladders or scaffolding. All volunteers must sign a current waiver and new volunteers must attend an orientation before they will be allowed on site.

 

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