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A Hammers of Hope project is where volunteers make build accessibility ramps, and perform home repairs to the homes of low-income elderly and disabled homeowners in Jefferson County.
Our volunteers come from businesses, religious groups, schools, community service organizations, corporations and associations. All professions are represented, and anyone age 14 or older who's willing to lend a hand can help. Whether you are a novice or a pro, we can use your help!
Skilled and experienced volunteers should consider maximizing the use of their skills by becoming a House Captain. There are also opportunities for Volunteer Coordinators and people to help with logistics.
Volunteer opportunities for Hammers of Hope are available at all skill levels. Volunteers generally work on a single home or civic project and are assigned in groups of between five and 15, with 10 being the average. Volunteers work under the direction of a skilled
We try to do projects in a single eight hour Saturday and lunch is provided. However depending on the size of a ramp the project could take a couple of days.
You can gain an understanding of what working on a Hammers of Hope Project is like by browsing through our Past Projects Page.