Volunteer Committees

Stanly County Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Committee Opportunities


Board of Directors

Members of the Board must perform their responsibilities in good faith and with the same care ordinary persons would use in managing their own affairs. Directors and officers must remain active and informed. The actions of directors and officers must conform to the appropriate standards of business conduct. Directors and Officers must comply with the provisions of the bylaws, the articles of incorporation and the laws of the state, and must adhere to the affiliate covenant. Directors and Officers must safeguard Habitat’s Mission and Christian witness.

Meeting Dates:  The 4th Tuesday of Each Month at 5:30PM


Church Relations Committee

The Church Relations Committee seeks to strengthen the support of the affiliate's work by requesting prayer, recruiting volunteers and seeking financial resources from the community churches.

Meeting Dates: As directed by the Executive Director


Construction Committee

The Construction Committee helps the Construction Coordinator with construction schedules, quotes, materials and other construction needs. Works close with the Executive Director to determine the Construction updates for current build projects.

Meeting Dates: Weekly or as directed by the Executive Director


Homeowner Services Committee

The goal of the Homeowner Services committee is to help families through the homeowner selection process and to lead them to become independent homeowners. The committee seeks to provide families with a support system, educational opportunities, and a path of communication, all while following all Habitat policies and procedures.  The committee is the primary liaison between the affiliate and the homeowner.
Meeting Dates: Monthly - The 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 4:00PM

Homeowner Selection Sub-Committee:

Make 6-8 home visits each calendar year.
Be willing to visit unfamiliar neighborhoods.
Communicate with visiting partner before and after visit.
Attend any/all offered training sessions.
Write meaningful and objective reports.

Homeowner Support Sub-Committee:

Support families as a friend and an information resource.
Contact your assigned homeowner at least once or twice a month.
Provide feedback to the board regarding the effectiveness of current policies and procedures.
Assure that families understand and complete required sweat equity hours.
Assist families throughout the entire process of becoming homeowners.


Property Committee

The Property Committee works with the Executive Director by looking at potential properties and making recommendations about the property. Properties may be donated by a business, town or person. Other properties may be purchased at a reasonable price that will not go over budget or cause the homeowner to have a higher than normal mortgage.

Meeting Dates: As directed by the Executive Director