Meet our inspiring volunteers who support our work in Australia and overseas.
Paul Forrester-Brown is not your average high-school teacher. In May 2017, he decided to strap on a pair of shoes and start walking. From Robe, South Australia to Bendigo, Victoria. A
Meet Jacinta and Ted from Sandy Bay, Tasmania. They gave up a week of his time last year to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity for Rock the House. This year, They will be returning
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
Meet Alanna from Warana, Queensland. Last year, she gave up a week of her time to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity for Rock the House. This year, she is joining the growing number
Meet Rozza, 52 originally from New Zealand but living in Karratha, Western Australia. Rozza is employed as a Security Officer in October 2016, gave up a week of his time to volunteer
Last year, Habitat for Humanity Australia’s Building Community Resilience Partner, Boral sent 24 team members to Yogyakarta, Indonesia as part of our inaugural Rock the House
Growing up with nine other siblings, Sreang’s parents could not afford to enrol her in school. As a result, Sreang, now 36-year-old spent most of her childhood working to support her
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
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.