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Habitat Waiver Forms
Below are links to required waiver forms for volunteers who are either over or under 18 years of age who are planning to help with a Habitat Home.
Please note: In order to download these documents below, you will need a Portable Document Format (PDF) reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download this free software.Habitat Waiver - Under 18
Each Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter is built upon three main pillars: advocacy, fundraising and building. Advocacy involves teaching the school and greater community about Habitat and its mission. Fundraising makes it possible to build more houses. Building is the opportunity to work with those in the community who have similar passions about helping others.
Bellarmine's Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter, the second chartered high school campus chapter in the state of Washington, grew out of one Bellarmine student's Eagle Scout project in 2002. Our chapter earned its charter in the spring of 2003 and has grown into the largest extra-curricular student organization on campus. We will take a lead role, again, in the planning of the spring Pierce County youth build project, The House That Students Built.
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing organization. It brings families and communities in need together with volunteers and resources to build decent, affordable housing.
Habitat is a remarkable organization. Once a family is chosen to become homeowners, they must put in 500 hours of "sweat-equity" on other Habitat homes. When the family has completed this requirement, construction begins on their home. The family builds shoulder to shoulder with licensed professionals, adult volunteers from the community, and enthusiastic students from local campus chapters.
The Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity affiliate completed more than 100 homes. Bellarmine has helped build seven of these. We'd love to get more Bellarmine students, parents, and friends involved in Habitat for Humanity. Email us at email@example.com.