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Help Build a House (OC)

  • Yesterday · 7:30 AM
  • Register with Habitat for Humanity for address

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Q:  What is the address?

A:  Register with HfH and they will provide more details, such as the location/address.

A construction event may not occur every Saturday, or it may be full with other volunteers.  Saturdays tend to get pretty busy, so check their calendar to confirm which days have openings.

Habitat for Humanity of Orange County

If anyone wants to help, peruse the following:

Then register & sign up with Habitat for Humanity at

Other volunteers/groups sometimes help on Saturdays, so if anyone is available during the week--construction build days may also need volunteers on weekdays. Saturday may have enough volunteers, so check the volunteerup website for their schedule/calendar AND register and sign up with Habitat for Humanity.

Their construction days on Saturdays sometimes fill up fast or are reserved for other groups/companies, so maybe sign up early for a future Saturday on their reservation system to ensure a spot.

On their registration website, look under "Construction" for available days/locations to sign up for -


Please also print, complete, and bring the two forms below.

If the two links don't work, try this




The following is from Habitat for Humanity:

The workday will begin at 7:30 a.m. and will end at 3:30 p.m. We ask that you stay for the full work day.

When you arrive onsite you will be asked to present your Site Specific Liability Form. You will then sign in and receive a name badge. Be sure to SIGN OUT at the end of the day.


We will break for lunch around 11:15 a.m. and will resume work at approximately 12 p.m.

Feel free to bring your own lunch as lunch will not be provided by HfHOC. All safety materials and tools are provided by HfHOC and we ask that you do NOT bring your own. We suggest leaving all personal items such as cameras and purses in your car as HfHOC is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please note OSHA Safety Regulations state that ALL VOLUNTEERS must wear hard soled work boots or hiking boots. No tennis shoes or sneakers are permitted on the build sites. Click here for a sample of allowable footwear. NO OPEN-TOED SHOES ALLOWED.

For liability reasons no one under the age of 16 is allowed on our construction sites.
Volunteers ages 16 and 17 are welcome to build with us and are asked to bring a Site Specific Liability Form signed by a parent or legal guardian on their first build day. It is required that volunteers ages 16 and 17 be accompanied by an adult volunteer 25 years of age or older.

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  • Sally S.

    Just registered, 1st time doing this. I'll be at the one in Santa Ana (McFadden).

    1 · 3 days ago

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