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Through its volunteers, Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County lives out its mantra – “Building Homes, Building Hope, Changing Lives!”

Habitat offers various opportunities for you to help fulfill that reality in the lives of people living in Nodaway County. Whether you see yourself as an on-site volunteer and helping to construct a home, someone who would like to serve on a Habitat committee or a vision person who could bring skills to our Board, we need your help and input.

Contact us at nodawayhabitat@gmail.com about your interest in serving in any of the roles described below. 

Volunteer to Build

Maybe you, your club, church group or people you work with are interested in helping with the construction of a Habitat home. All skill levels are needed, and we’ll teach you what you need to know.

Serving on Committees

Maybe you have talents you want to use in helping our committees. Are you good with publicity, willing to help in the homeowner selection process, finding our next building site or want to help guide and mentor our new homeowners? We have a place for you.

How to Join the Board of Directors

Maybe you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors, joining people from all walks of life who help direct the decisions and future of Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County. We’d love to talk with you about the special opportunity and the difference you can make in lives in our community.

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