Earlier this month, Habitat staff member Annie embarked on her first Global Village build as a team leader in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Over one week, her team of 31 volunteers built three homes for families in need. Annie also over fundraised and raised an amazing $4,050. Read her reflections on this unforgettable experience below and […]
In March this year, myself (Jordan Green) and four other Arup Australasia staff members took part in a Habitat for Humanity Australia build in Nuwakot, Nepal. As an organisation, Arup has been working with Habitat for more than 12 years in Australia and abroad to build stronger communities. We found ourselves in Nepal through Arup’s […]
Meet Adam Crews, the man behind many of our amazing photos! Adam has been on two builds overseas to Indonesia and Nepal, and is going on his third in Vietnam later this year.
Team Make a Change recently returned from Vietnam. The female led team share their reflections on the journey as they neared the final build day…
Meet Andrew from Kellyville, NSW. He gave up a week of his time last year to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity for Rock the House. This year, he will be returning to Yogyakarta to help build another 12 homes – and is bringing along his wife and two friends for the journey
Joanne is a Global Village volunteer who travelled to Pondicherry, India in March to help a family build a safe and decent home. Joanne was the winner of Habitat for Humanity’s Building Hope 2016 competition, and as part of this was able to experience a Global Village build in India. She shares her experience with […]
Giovanna is a recently returned Global Village volunteer. She spent a week building in Nepal for earthquake affected families in January. Here are her reflections after the build…
Corporate volunteering with Habitat for Humanity Australian companies spend millions of dollars every year on leadership development courses and retreats for their staff. But sending managers to expensive hotels or resorts often fails to challenge staff or generate lasting change in their leadership.
Each year at Habitat for Humanity Australia, we welcome roughly 400 volunteers who spend a week overseas helping families in need build a safe and decent home.
Baby Animals front woman, Suze DeMarchi says a special thank you to our volunteers that have signed up for Rock the House!