How to Volunteer – Habitat for Humanity of Bedford County

Habitat for Humanity of Bedford County is now requiring all volunteers to fill out a background check and child clearance. There is no cost to volunteers on the Pa State Police Criminal Record check. Use the links below for more information on the PATCH Background Check and Child Clearance Application.

Be a Volunteer – Serve Your Neighbor

“Seeking to Put God’s Love Into Action, Habitat for Humanity
Brings People Together to Build Homes, Communities, and Hope.”

Be a Volunteer – Serve Your Neighbor

Habitat for Humanity of Bedford County serves all of Bedford County, PA. If you would like to volunteer to provide general construction assistance for a Habitat project, serve on a committee, or provide general non-construction/other assistance, please fill out the appropriate form below. If you would like to serve on a specific committee, please let us know (Family Services, Resource Development/Public Relations, Site Selection/Construction, Church Relations/Volunteer Recruitment, and Budget/Finance). Please note that your spot is not reserved until you have been notified with a confirmation message. Please call the office at 814-624-3443 if you would like to volunteer.

Internships, Team Building, and Group Volunteer Opportunities in Bedford County, PA

Internships and groups are welcome. Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity makes an excellent team-building exercise for school, church, and work groups. Be a volunteer. Serve your neighbor. As a volunteer individual or organization for Habitat for Humanity of Bedford County, your help makes a difference by:

Assisting in clearing lots
Helping with construction*
Serving on Habitat committees
Providing food for volunteers
Working in the Habitat office
Helping to raise or provide money for Habitat for Humanity

*There are work restrictions for youth under the age of 18.

“We undertake our work to demonstrate the love and teachings of Jesus, acting in all ways in accordance with the belief that God’s love and grace abound for all, and that we must be the “hands and feet” of that love and grace in our world.

We believe that, through faith, the minuscule can be magnified to accomplish the magnificent, and that, in faith, respectful relationships can grow among all people.”