Habitat for Humanity
Chartered in 1988, Gettysburg College has one of the oldest campus chapters of Habitat for Humanity in the nation.
Habitat for Humanity International is a Christian-affiliated non-profit organization dedicated to creating affordable housing for those in need of a roof over their heads.
You can help in many ways, including joining Gettysburg's campus chapter, attending meetings, and volunteering for builds in the local community.
The Gettysburg College chapter of Habitat for Humanity is currently working to send a group of its members to Forsyth County, North Carolina to participate in a week-long building project. Students will have the opportunity to connect with community members to help build houses for those in need.
The campus chapter is also working to organize fundraising projects to benefit the relief efforts in Haiti.
If you have any questions or are interested in getting involved, please contact one of the executive board members (below).
Kaitlyn McCrudden, President
Christopher Fee, Advisor