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Board of Directors/Staff  

 

Michael Himes, President

Pam Batchellor, Treasurer

Tammy Bowers, Secretary

Larry Cormier

Tom Frost

Doug Kingma

Don Macnicoll

Gail Morace

Gene Ott

Pat Stenger

Ralynn Welsh,                        Office Administrator

Stephanie Jamison,                 Executive Director

   

“The true  meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit”
-Nelson Henderson

 

 
Get involved with Habitat for Humanity
 

Fluvanna County Habitat for Humanity is always looking for people interested in getting involved. There are many ways that you can contribute to the efforts of Habitat whether you are an individual, a business, a church, or a youth group. Monetary donations are not the only way that you can help. You can also help by donating some of your free time to volunteer or be on a committee, or even by donating some land you own in Fluvanna County.

 

Who can help?

Individuals like you

Habitat is always looking for help from people like you. There are many ways to get involved, such as helping out with a new home being built, joining one of our committees, or occasional administrative help. Fill out an online volunteer application by clicking the red "volunteer" button, then the link to the application.

Businesses involved in the community

Businesses can help with donations of money or services, and by supporting our Golf Tournament and other fundraising events.

Local area churches

Churches can help by promoting our activities, donations of money (covenants) and assistance with workgroups.  If you are interested in becoming a covenant church, or if you would like to learn more about what it entails, click here.

Youth Groups

Youth groups can help with fundraising, certain work days that do not involve power tools or high ladders (such as painting and landscaping days), or providing lunches for volunteers.

 

What do we need?

Time

If you have some time to spare (even just an hour or so) there is work to be done.

Some typical examples:

  • Providing lunches for site workers (weekends)
  • Committee Work
  • Construction Work
  • Landscaping
  • Painting

Money

We always need money to buy land, building materials, and some subcontracted services. There are other ways you can contribute money to Habitat as well, such as:

  • Donations of $500 or more may be eligible for a $325 state tax credit through the Neighborhood Assistance Program.  Click here for more infoClick here for the NAP donation form.
  • Donations of cash or stocks/bonds may be tax deductible
  • Legacies or wills
  • Donation of services – legal, accounting, printing/copying, construction (including utilities), site clearance, landscaping, block work, roofing, drywall etc.

Materials

Due to limited storage space we cannot accept surplus building materials and household goods ourselves, but we would refer you to the Charlottesville Habitat Store. They do accept most surplus building materials and appliances for storage and resale, the funds going to support Habitat activities. We may accept donations of tools and building equipment to meet our requirements.

Land

We regularly need land for building in Fluvanna County. If you have land, or know someone who has building land available, please call 434-589-3752 or e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

   

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