Youth Programs

  Habitat’s youth programs seek to engage young people ages 5 to 25 and involve them as leaders in the work of Habitat for Humanity. There are many different ways to get involved in order to help support Habitat’s mission of eliminating poverty housing.

Featured event

Act! Speak! Build! Week

Act! Speak! Build! Week goes beyond the build site as volunteers advocate for decent, affordable shelter by engaging elected officials and their community to eradicate poverty housing.

Join our 125 groups in advocating for S. 2052. This U.S. Senate bill will allow nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity to apply for weatherization grants through the department of energy. Visit http://ow.ly/vBKRh to SoundOff to your elected officials about how S. 2052 could save about 30 million low-income families $250-$450 a month. 

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Learn more about S. 2052

Programs

Campus Chapters

A campus chapter is a student-led organization on a high school or college campus that partners with the local Habitat affiliate.

  Collegiate Challenge

A Collegiate Challenge trip may be the best school break trip you will ever have. Not only do you help people in need—you’ll have fun doing it!

  Learn and Build Experience

Learn and Build Experience trips open up a new world to volunteers age 16–18 through hands-on educational and community activities.

 
Youth United

Youth United is a youth-led, youth-initiated volunteer program that mobilizes young people in Habitat’s mission of eliminating poverty housing.

Act Speak Build Week

Go beyond the build site and advocate for decent, affordable shelter by engaging your elected officials and community.

Resources and activities

Download activities, guides, lesson plans, and other resources for youth volunteers ages 5–25, teachers and parents, and volunteer leaders.

Connect with Habitat Youth

Facebook Join our Facebook group:
Habitat Youth Programs
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@HabitatYouth
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