Youth and Families play a vital role in the mission of Goodhue County Habitat for Humanity. They help with everything from building and repairing homes, to assisting at our fundraisers and doing community outreach events. Most positions require no experience, just a willingness to show up and learn! We have fun and meaningful opportunities year-round.

youth volunteer

Construction and Home Repair

Most people think about construction when they think of volunteering with Habitat. Through these opportunities, young volunteers build or rehab homes in partnership with families in the community. We also have a Critical Home Repair program, which helps homeowners repair and maintain their homes.

Must be at least 16 years old with a chaperone; anyone 18 years or older can volunteer on their own.

Explore home repair and homebuilding volunteer opportunities near you!

non-construction youth volunteers

Non-Construction Opportunities

You don’t have to pick up a hammer to support Twin Cities Habitat! We have a variety of non-construction volunteer roles for youth:

  • Cookie Baker/Lunch Maker (No age requirement, at-home activity)
  • Landscaping
  • Youth United
campus chapters

Build for Tomorrow Campus Chapters

Our Build for Tomorrow Campus Chapters – volunteer, fundraise, educate, and advocate on behalf of Goodhue County Habitat for Humanity.  We currently have campus chapters in the Goodhue, and Kenyon-Wanamingo High Schools.  Join an existing chapter or start your own!

High schoolers, College students, Military/Service Members and Veterans can start chapters, too! Questions? Email