Habitat for Humanity is seeking volunteers to help build homes for families ready to move to Budd Lake. Without help from volunteers, this project will not be completed. Habitat will train those with limited experience. No construction skills are needed. Volunteers can come out once or more often and are encouraged to come alone or in teams with family, friends, co-workers, etc.
The project, two new single-family homes, will be built on vacant lots on 18 and 20 Wallman Way in the Budd Lake section of Mt. Olive Township for two families chosen by lottery. They are John and Heather McLaughlin and their four children and Estefany Maurino and her two.
Volunteers can sign up ahead of time, or just show up at the work site any day when they are available. Just check the online Volunteer Calendar to confirm that the site is open, and head out with a signed release and waiver form. Any weather-related closures will be posted by 7 a.m.
To lend a hand and learn new skills or for further information, contact Stephanie Sayki,
director of Volunteer Services, Morris Habitat for Humanity, 973-891-1934 ex. 103 or go to
Habitat for Humanity envisions a world where everyone has a decent place to live and seeks to put God’s love into action, bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.