We're Getting There

Now we're getting to the part of the build where most of the progress can't be seen on the outside. Once the roof is on and the siding is up, all the major work goes inside. In fact, the electric is almost done, as is the plumbing. But walls need to be insulated, and drywall hung & finished. It looks good on the outside, but there's a lot of work still ahead.


Volunteering for CV Habitat for Humanity

We receive may inquiries about volunteering for CVHFH every year. And the basics are simple: 1. We have two volunteer crews: Mondays (new construction) and Fridays (Home Again program).   2. You do not need experience, just dedication and enthusiasm.  3. Lunches are provided, and the work lasts from about 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., but it varies. 4. Weekly attendance is not required. But we do ask that you consider volunteering on a consistent basis; whether that is weekly or monthly.  5. We emphasize the individual. When you volunteer with CVHFH, you are literally part of a team. You can learn skills, enjoy the company, and feel rewarded for your work. Please email: ed-cvhfh@embarqmail.com if you are interested. Thanks!