How can youth get involved with Habitat for Humanity?
There are a number of ways in which youth of our community can be involved in carrying out the mission of Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity. Traditionally, the youth of a church-sponsored Habitat house gather at the construction site before the actual home constructin begins and collaborate to build a storage shed. This shed is used for storage during the building of the home and remains as backyard storage for the Habitat homeowner.

Several areas where youth can contribute are listed below. Other ideas may be possible and should be suggested to Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity for consideration.

Youth Involvement with Habitat
- Construction Volunteers (must be at least 16 years old)
- Site cleanup
- Carrying supplies
- Office volunteer
- Aluminum can recycling efforts
- Landscaping

Local High School Habitat for Humanity Groups
Bishop Dwenger High School
Contacts: Melissa Roberts and Matt Gratton
Phone: 496-4700
- Handicapped ramp building
- Service trips to Appalachia
- 1,000,000 Cans Project with Fort Wayne HFH
Meetings: Before school as needed

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