Team Build Days

Team Builds with Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity provide a unique, fun and rewarding experience for any group. No previous construction skills are needed and Habitat will provide the tools and training you need for success.
During a day on the job site, your team will work alongside a Habitat partner family to help them build their home. Group construction tasks offer great opportunities to strengthen workplace skills.

Your work day will help your team:

  • Build and strengthen relationships
  • Create memories
  • Improve communication
  • Build trust
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to community building
  • Foster goodwill by helping others

By participating in a Team Build, your team will play an important role in helping to break the cycle of poverty, strengthening our community, and building a brighter future for a local family.

Team Build Day Info

Group Size: We welcome groups of all sizes and are generally able to manage large groups with advance notice.

Location and Schedule: For up to date location information call the office or visit our website,
lake-geaugahabitat.org The work day begins at 8:30 am and ends at 3:30 pm. Please arrive promptly at 8:30 am for safety training.

Dates: Any Wednesday or Saturday. Please provide us a date range and a preferred day of the week, and we will let you know what dates are open that match your availability.

Lunch: Lunch is a great time to take a break and learn more about Habitat. It is expected that your team will arrange to provide lunch on the job site for your group and any other volunteers that day. Please assign lunch duties to willing members of your team.

Waiver: Volunteers must sign a waiver. The minimum volunteer age is 18 years old.

What to Wear/Bring: Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity builds in all weather conditions, so dress for the weather and wear layers. Wear sturdy, comfortable clothing that you do not mind getting dirty or stained. All tools, gloves, and safety hats are provided.