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The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate. Students under the age of 16 cannot help at construction sites.

supports classroom learning in:
Art, Economics, Environmental Studies, Math

topics covered:
Community Service, Homeless, Housing, Service Learning

contact info
Phone: 800-HABITAT

INFO

Grade Level: Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College Group Size: Varies Program Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Guided Activities Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies Registration: Online, Phone Cost: Fee

ABOUT

Habitat For Humanity Service Learning

Habitat for Humanity helps people around the world who are homeless or live in slum housing by building and renovating houses for those in need. The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate.

contact info

Hrs: Vary per project

SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM

The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate. Students under the age of 16 cannot help at construction sites.

supports scout badges in:
Art, Economics, Environmental Studies, Math

supports classroom learning in:
Art, Economics, Environmental Studies, Math

topics covered:
Community Service, Homeless, Housing, Service Learning

contact info
Phone: 800-HABITAT

INFO

Grade Level: Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College Group Size: Varies Program Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Guided Activities Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies Registration: Online, Phone Cost: Fee

ABOUT

Habitat For Humanity Service Learning

Habitat for Humanity helps people around the world who are homeless or live in slum housing by building and renovating houses for those in need. The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate.

contact info

Hrs: Vary per project

SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM

The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate. Students under the age of 16 cannot help at construction sites. Students under the age of 16 cannot help at construction sites.

supports classroom learning in:
Art, Economics, Environmental Studies, Math

topics covered:
Community Service, Homeless, Housing, Service Learning

contact info
Phone: 800-HABITAT

INFO

Grade Level: Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College Program Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Guided Activities Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies Registration: Online, Phone Cost: Fee

ABOUT

Habitat For Humanity Service Learning

Habitat for Humanity helps people around the world who are homeless or live in slum housing by building and renovating houses for those in need. The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate.

contact info

Hrs: Vary per project

SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM

The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate. Students under the age of 16 cannot help at construction sites.

supports classroom learning in:
Art, Economics, Environmental Studies, Math

topics covered:
Community Service, Homeless, Housing, Service Learning

contact info
Phone: 800-HABITAT

INFO

Grade Level: Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College Group Size: Varies Program Type: Day Trips, Overnight Trips, Guided Activities Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies Registration: Online, Phone Cost: Fee

ABOUT

Habitat For Humanity Service Learning

Habitat for Humanity helps people around the world who are homeless or live in slum housing by building and renovating houses for those in need. The organization has helped repair more than 800,000 houses worldwide, and can help your youth group plan a service learning project. Project ideas cater to a variety of grade levels and can cover many academic subjects including math (calculating how much it would cost to build and paint a house), art (creating portraits to help decorate the home), shop class (building small items or furniture), environmental science (planning a garden for the house), and much more. For more information on planning a service learning project with Habitat for Humanity, contact your nearest local affiliate.

contact info

Hrs: Vary per project

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