Contact B/CS Habitat

119 Lake Street Bryan, Texas 77801

Phone: 979.823.7200


Build a better community

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity!

Our organization is strengthened by the dedication of our many volunteers. There are many opportunities for you to get involved and we are thankful for the enthusiasm, time and talents of each volunteer who enables us to better serve our families. To start volunteering, please review the available volunteer opportunities, and complete the Release & Waiver Liability form. You can then submit it to our office via mail, fax, or drop off. For additional questions please contact our volunteer coordinator by email or phone.

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Build a home

Construction Volunteer Groups

On-site construction work is the most popular of Habitat’s volunteer opportunities. Each year dozens of alumni groups, businesses, houses of worship, professional organizations, and schools participate on the Habitat for Humanity work site! Without the help of groups like these, the work that we do at BCS Habitat would not be possible.

Sign Up for a Weekday Shift
Sign Up for a Saturday Shift
  • Group volunteers are scheduled on a first come-first serve basis. We have group volunteer opportunities Tuesday-Friday and on Saturdays.
  • Every individual in your group must complete the Release & Waiver Liability form and review our Safety Guidelines before volunteering. These forms are linked below and also available for pick up at the Habitat office.
Release & Waiver Liability
Safety Guidelines
help provide another option, for a better life

Other ways to volunteer


Habitat ReStore is in need of volunteers to assist customers and donors, help organize and display items in the store, and many other duties as needed. Volunteers are welcome during normal business hours. Please contact ReStore to learn more about volunteering.

Assist the staff

Habitat is in need of volunteers to help in the office Monday-Friday during office hours. Office volunteers assist with answering phones, greeting visitors, preparing mailings and managing various clerical tasks around the office.

We also need landscaping help around the office building. This would require a commitment of a few hours once every other week to help maintain the lawn and flowerbeds at the Habitat office. Habitat has all the supplies and tools needed!

Serve on a committee

You truly don’t have to lift a hammer to help build homes and hope in our community. Put your people skills to work and join a committee where you can help find qualifying families, prepare these families or find the ideal property on which to build these affordable homes in Bryan and College Station.

Learn about committees


Many Habitat families are Spanish speaking only. Bilingual volunteers are needed to help translate Habitat materials, as well as interpret at meeting and training events.

Provide lunch for volunteers or the board of directors

To show appreciation to the hard working construction volunteers, B/CS Habitat provides lunch Tuesday-Saturday. You can give back to the community while doing something you enjoy by making a sack lunch for a work crew of 20-30 volunteers.

Meet volunteers

  • Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity Volunteer

Volunteer Spotlight: Jay Klinke

Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity Volunteer: Jay Klinke On Saturdays, there is a dedicated group of volunteers at the Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity construction sites. These volunteers make up the group called the [...]

Volunteer Spotlight: Vicki Gergeni

Vicki Gergeni (left) with the Navarro Family In 1993, the Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity was a mostly volunteer run organization, consisting of different committees to help families and the local affiliate build homes, [...]

The Brazos Valley Bombers Volunteer with BCS Habitat

  On Tuesday, July 12th, players and staff from the Brazos Valley Bombers stopped by to help paint at the Fonseca Family Home on 28th Street.  Their day started early with a brief introduction and safety [...]