Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco's Playhouse Program is a fun and meaningful way to volunteer with friends and colleagues, while raising funds for Habitat Greater San Francisco and benefiting community partners and local families. We work side by side with teams of volunteers to construct and paint children’s playhouses that are donated to local Habitat families, veteran and active duty military personnel families, and other local nonprofits serving children in need.
Our Playhouse Program is a unique opportunity that allows Habitat volunteers to come together to work as a team and build playhouses for local families and community partners.
Groups can choose a location of their choice, and we can provide a “pop up” playhouse build. We require a lead time of 6 to 8 weeks for this volunteer opportunity.
Each playhouse is pre-cut and ready for volunteers to assemble the structure together. After they are carefully constructed and painted, Habitat donates the playhouses to local Habitat families, veteran and active duty military personnel families, and other local nonprofits serving children in need.
Check out the photos from our past playhouse builds here.
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Can any groups schedule and build playhouses?
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Can we build more than one playhouse?
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Does Habitat provide all tools, materials, and training?
Will Habitat's staff be on site?
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