What Work Can I Do?
We have different jobs for different people, and we plan to get you involved in the job that maximizes your abilities and creates the most positive situation for both you and our construction efforts.
Don’t like painting? You don’t have to paint! Too scared to get up on a ladder? You don’t have to go up on a ladder! Have carpentry experience and want to help do carpentry? Perfect! Have no experience at all? Even better! We will teach you everything you need to know to turn you into the perfect Habitat for Humanity volunteer.
But What Do I Wear?
Most wear sneakers, shorts, a tee-shirt, a bandana to wipe off their face, a baseball cap, and sunglasses when working out on the construction site.
Do what’s comfortable for you— if that’s jeans and steel-toed boots, that’s fine too!
Southwest Florida is known for having mosquitoes. If you are prone to mosquito bites, then please bring/use repellent. Prone to sunburn? Make plans to bring/wear sunscreen.
If it’s cold outside, pants and a sweater or jacket are perfectly acceptable. If it’s raining, a poncho or umbrella may be useful.
Naples work days are Tuesday through Saturday from 7:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Through early 2020, we will be building multifamily units in our newest community, Dockside. Located in East Naples, about ½ mile south of the US41 and Collier Blvd intersection, Dockside will be home to 44 families. We also have a smaller number of sites in Naples Manor, Golden Gate Estates and Golden Gate City.
Please refer to VolunteerHub to view and register for build days.
We always need people with advanced skillsets in cabinetry, trim work, and other specialty carpentry skills. Members of our advanced carpentry volunteer corps work independently on special projects throughout both
Construction is ongoing in Faith Landing. In Immokalee, work is happening Monday through Thursday and on Saturday from 7:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (On Sunday and Friday, the Immokalee work sites are closed.)
Work is ongoing in a static location within the community of Esperanza. The job site is located approximately at 2380 Esperanza Way, Immokalee, FL 34142. It can take as little as 45 minutes to get to Immokalee from Naples. Don’t be afraid. Make the trip. It’ll make a world of difference to the deserving families who are depending on Habitat for Humanity for a safe, decent place to call home.
Our Director of Construction in Immokalee is Michael Solorzano. If there is a mix up, confusion, or you get lost, feel free to give him a call at (239) 248-0906.