Volunteer & Fundraising Activities
There’s always something we can do to help others. Throughout the counties we serve, our carpenters are building new homes for folks in need of affordable housing and repairing homes to make them better places to live. This work is made possible by our generous funders, donors, and supporters. We’re also incredibly grateful for the labor of volunteers from right here in the mountains of East Kentucky and from all over the country, who help us get as much work done as possible for all of the people in need. Not only does it help us accomplish even more, but volunteering also helps make housing more affordable for low-income East Kentuckians!
Volunteering for an HDA event has many benefits, including meeting new folks, making new friends and connections, learning more about affordable housing, taking a stand for our local community or for the Appalachian people, making our mountain community stronger, and uniting together in a shared vision of a better, more resilient East Kentucky free from the effects of poverty.
Construction or building experience is not needed. Come alone or bring your friends, co-workers, classmates, church family, or team members with you and let’s see just what you’re capable of!
These special events are made possible through the generosity of HDA's donors, funders, and event sponsors. If you'd like to make this work possible, please make a gift today.Donate Now
HDA offers unique sponsorship opportunities to local businesses, civic groups, and individuals to give larger gifts to these special events and have their names recognized on-site, in HDA publications, and in the media. To find out more, please contact us!Request More Information
No experience is necessary! All we ask is that you come fully prepared to help others. Spots for HDA Volunteer & Fundraising Events fill up quickly, so we encourage you to sign up as early as you can once event registration opens. Please direct all questions and requests for information to our Volunteer & Community Coordinator.
Jane Rose Britton, Volunteer & Community Coordinator