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Volunteer for the NYSAR/Habitat for Humanity build in Suffolk County

Aug 12, 2016
NYSAR is looking for participants for a Habitat for Humanity build in Suffolk County. The NYSAR Board of Directors approved funds to participate on a build in the location of the current NYSAR president. 2016 President Linda Lugo is a member of the Long Island Board of REALTORS, so the Suffolk County Habitat for Humanity organization has been selected as our partner. 

Details: 
• The volunteer dates are August 30, 31, and September 1
• The workday hours are 8:45 a.m. -2:30 p.m.
• The build location is 810 Meade Ave, Bellport, NY
• Breakfast and lunch will be provided on-site
• Cobranded NYSAR/Habitat t-shirts will be provided to the volunteers
Click here for worksite guidelines from Habitat  

Volunteer spots are limited to 15 people per day.  Please follow the instructions below and visit the Habitat volunteer hub as soon as possible to select the days you would like to volunteer.  
• Visit http://vhub.at/nysar  to sign up for the upcoming NYSAR Build. 
• Once you arrive at the website, it will immediately prompt you to register (please note that everyone must register here as it includes the liability waiver).
• Once you choose a username/password and successfully register with all you information, you will be redirected to the list of build days to select from. 
• Select the day you would like to volunteer, and click “Sign up.” Then continue to follow the prompts. 

Once the volunteer groups have been established, we will be back in touch with more information and details regarding the build and schedule for each day. 
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