Other Ways to Volunteer

Habitat for Humanity of Teller County has plenty of volunteer opportunities beyond swinging a hammer on the construction site!

Join a Committee!

Volunteers help Habitat in more places than just the construction site! We have several volunteer committees to plan events, community engagement, and more. If you want to use your voice to spread awareness of our mission throughout the community, consider joining a committee. Please email Sara at volunteer@tellerhabitat.org for more information or call our office at 719-687-4447.

Vino & Notes Committee

This Committee plans our annual fundraiser, Vino & Notes. The Vino & Notes festival is a wine and music festival benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Telle County. The festival takes place near the end of summer at Memorial Park in Woodland Park. The committee helps recruit wineries, vendors, musicians, and volunteers to support the fundraiser.

Homebuyer Support Committee

The Homebuyer Support Committee supports the Home Buyer/Home Owner Services staff in ensuring success of the homebuyer partnership program. This committee will help formulate goals, select an effective education program, recruit and train new committee members, and establish & maintain an ongoing mentoring program with homebuyers.

Marketing & Communications Committee

Review and approve all marketing materials for all Habitat projects and events to assure compliance with HFHI policy and Equal Housing laws preventing exclusion of program information or misleading the general public.  Attend community meetings to communicate about the existing and upcoming Habitat build projects and fundraising event(s).  Review and approve other avenues for making the organization adequately visible such as social media sites and web-site design and updates.  Works with all HFHTC staff as applicable.

Church Relations Committee

Work with local faith community to establish participation in their long-term financial support and annual Missions emphasis.  Makes presentations to recruit their members for volunteerism in builds, office administration and fundraisers. Overall communication to strengthen the partnership between church and affiliate.  Also, advocate to the faith community for prayer for work site volunteers and projects.  Works with the Volunteer Dept staff

Build Development & Design Committee

Responsibilities include seeking out and researching potential neighborhood building sites and opportunities; evaluate land for buildable quality; approve build plans and design; solicit engineering, architect, general contractor and site supervision.  Works with Homebuyer Services staff

Faith Engagement

Faith engagement continues to be a vibrant part of our volunteer community! During our Building on Faith events, volunteers from churches throughout Teller County come together to help build homes for members of our community.

Church bodies can come together to cook meals for our construction volunteers, form prayer circles or come out to the construction site themselves for a day of building! (No construction experience is necessary.)

The benefits of working with Habitat for Humanity are numerous for the faith community and our affiliate. We hope to continue building relationships, building homes, and building faith! Partnering with Habitat gives people a concrete way to put their faith into action and be the body of Christ in the world.

Many churches report that when they become Habitat for Humanity partners, they experience revitalization throughout the congregation. Some note that membership grows and that giving increases because people want to be a part of a vibrant church that reaches beyond itself. Churches often report that members get excited about other mission opportunities after working on Habitat projects.

To get involved, please contact Megan at 719-687-4447, or via email at info@tellerhabitat.org.

Vino & Notes

Vino & notes brings together some of Colorado’s finest wineries, great food, and local musicians such as Tiny Barge and the Big Chill. Vino & Notes 2021 will take place in Woodland Park’s beautiful Memorial Park on Saturday, August 7th from 12:00pm-8:30pm (exhibitors 12pm-6pm and music till 8:15pm). This wine, food, and jazz festival benefits Habitat for Humanity of Teller County.

To volunteer for Vino & Notes, fill out the application.

Collegiate Challenge
Collegiate Challenge is a year-round alternative break program that gives students the opportunity to spend a week in Colorado volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Teller County. During this unique service program participants have the chance to:

  • Meet and work alongside our Partner Families
  • Learn new construction skills
  • Make new friends
  • Explore beautiful Colorado!

Group spots tend to fill up fast! Other dates outside of the traditional spring break may be available too; for more information, please visit the Collegiate Challenge website, or contact our office at 719-687-4447 or info@tellerhabitat.org.

RV Care-A-Vanners is a volunteer program for anyone who travels in a recreational vehicle, wants to build Habitat houses and have fun doing it. RV Care-A-Vanners welcomes people of all ages, from all walks of life who want to pick up a hammer and help change lives.

To view availability and registration information, please visit the RV Care-A-Vanners website.


Habitat for Humanity of Teller County is proud to partner with AmeriCorps NCCC volunteers!

AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps)

AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) strengthens communities and develops leaders through direct, team-based national and community service. In partnership with non-profits—secular and faith based—local municipalities, state governments, federal government, national and state parks, Indian tribes, and schools, members complete service projects throughout the region they are assigned.

AmeriCorps NCCC is a full-time, team-based residential program for men and women age 18-24. Members are assigned to one of five campuses — Denver, CO; Sacramento, CA; Baltimore, MD; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA.

Drawn from the successful models of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s and the U.S. military, AmeriCorps NCCC is built on the belief that civic responsibility is an inherent duty of all citizens and that national service programs work effectively with local communities to address pressing needs.

AmeriCorps VISTA

Volunteer In Service To America (VISTA) is another AmeriCorps program. This is slightly different because one volunteer serves with one affiliate or on one project for the entire year. It is geared toward capacity building. Habitat for Humanity was able to host both NCCC and VISTA.VISTA volunteers become a member of Habitat staff, joining the team as a full-time vital team member.

For more information on AmeriCorps programs, please visit their website