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Homes 4 Families
formerly Habitat for Humanity
of San Fernando & SCV
21031 Ventura Blvd, Suite 610, Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Organization Description- The Habitat for Humanity of San Fernando & SCV was founded in 1990 as an affiliate for Habitat of Humanity International. They are a locally run, independent, non-profit organization serving North Los Angeles County and the Antelope Valley, building houses for low-income working families and veteran families. To date, we have built over 200 homes and are among the top 5% of Habitat affiliates nationwide to reach this goal. With the help of volunteers, they are building a new kind of Habitat, for a new generation.
In 2012, Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV continued their mission to serve low-income working families, but also began their newest initiative for veterans by giving at minimum 10 veteran families critical home repairs/disability modifications and access to self-sufficiency services. Habitat further built a 12 home community in Sylmar, Habitat for Heroes. Here they will build homes and provide self-sufficiency training that will empower some of our most deserving citizens: veterans and families of the fallen. Habitat continues Our mission to lift low-income working civilian and veteran families out of substandard housing and to offer them a gateway to the American Dream of homeownership so that they can build brighter economic futures. Currently we are building a 78 home veteran community with full wrap around services in Santa Clarita. This is our Enriched Neighborhood Veteran Community. Habitat has just purchased land in Palmdale to complete another 50 home community for veterans.
Chatsworth Habitat ReStore
- Generates funds to support Habitat's building programs.
Volunteers help with:
- Customer service
- Repair & refurbish furniture
Minimum age to work on construction site is 16 with parental consent. Volunteers are suggested to bring:
- Water bottle
Dress Code Habitat for Humanity prides itself on its warm and professional atmosphere. This is reflected in their expectations regarding dress:
- Work shoes with hard soles are required (work boots are ideal). No tennis shoes, sandals, flip-flops, heels, slip-on or slipper type shoes permitted
- Clothing must be appropriate and not offensive in any way--no bare midriffs or bra straps showing, no undergarments exposed above pant line
- No apparel or body decor and/or ink that advertise drugs, alcohol, sex, intolerance of any type or violence
- No loop piercings may be left on or open such that they could be caught and tear
- Jeans or work pants must be worn at the waist
- No headphones & cell phones must be turned off during shift
- Nametags must be worn during each shift
Hours of Operation- Monday-Friday; 9:00 am-5:30 pm
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Construction Schedule: 8:00 am- 2:00 pm
Minimum Hours Required- Volunteers may come as frequently as their schedule permits. Volunteers must work a shift of at least 4 hours.
Telephone Number- 818.884-8808
Additional Comments-All volunteers are required to have health insurance.
Orientations are done on-site at the beginning of the volunteer shift.
HandsOn Santa Clarita
25201 Avenue Tibbitts, Suite 202, Valencia, CA 91355
Organization Description - Since 1997, HandsOn Santa Clarita has promoted social responsibility through the advancement of community involvement by way of advocacy, education, and volunteerism. As the local volunteer center of the Santa Clarita Valley, HandsOn encourages philanthropy and builds the capacity of non-profit organizations through administration of the Court Referral Program, National Service Day events, and through traditional volunteering. By partnering local non-profits, groups, and businesses with volunteers, HandsOn Santa Clarita is able to make a difference every day.
- Event planning
- Office administration
- Database/web administration
- Marketing/Social Media
Hours of Operation - Monday-Friday; 8am-5pm
Contact Person - Seema Shah (prefers to be contacted via email)
Telephone - 661.257-1997
Additional Comments - Volunteer Requirements Orientation and training will be provided on an individual basis.
Heal the Bay
1444 9th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Organization Description- Heal the Bay is a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to making Southern California coastal waters safe, healthy, and clean. Heal the Bay uses research, education, community action, and advocacy to pursue their mission.
· Beach cleanups
· Office work
· Community Outreach
· Aquarium volunteer
Hours of Operation- Monday-Friday; 9:30am - 5:30pm
Volunteer Hours - Varies: 3rd Saturday of the month: 10am - noon, Every Wednesday 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Contact Person- Lily Ledesma (best to contact in the morning)
Telephone Number- 310.451-1500 ext 145
Additional Comments- Training is required for those interested in volunteering at MPA watch training (October 25 and 28), the Aquarium Open House (September 23).
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital
23845 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355
Organization Description- Our mission is to improve the health of our community through compassion and excellence in healthcare services; and to create the ideal patient-centered environment to surpass expectations.
To learn about how to volunteer with Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital please visit the website. Please note that although Henry Mayo accepts applications for volunteers year round, you may not be place immediately.