Give your time and talents

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We have been deemed an essential organization, so we are continuing to build more tiny homes. The homes are for healthy homeless folks to stay healthy and away from the virus.
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We are building with very small groups (six max, usually 2-3) every day except for Friday. We especially need folks during the week.  No experience necessary.  We train willing hearts.
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We are quarantined in the Big Tent from the rest of Camp Second Chance. We enter through the back/north door. We have our own Honey Bucket and hand sanitizing station, and we are practicing social distancing whenever possible. There are no known Covid-19 cases at C2C.
If you wish to volunteer, you need to know and agree to the following:
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  1. You need to be 100% healthy.  Enter at your own risk for Covid-19.  (So far, no one at Camp Second Chance has tested positive.)
  2. We are usually there by 9 am.  You can come and go as your schedule permits.  Just let us know so we can plan ahead.
  3. Masks are required.
  4. You need to bring your own gloves.
  5. Leave any of your own tools at home.  Because of the virus, we cannot co-mingle tools.
  6. We have a Honey Bucket and hand sanitizing apart from the rest of Camp Second Chance.
  7. Bring your own lunch.
  8. Wear clothes you would not mind getting paint on. We do not paint every day, but it is best just to be prepared.
  9. Shorts are acceptable and when it is warm, encouraged. Please no open-toed shoes.

We are quarantined in the Big Tent from the rest of Camp Second Chance. We enter through the back/north door.

After you email us your intent to volunteer with specific dates (SoundFoundationsHomes@gmail.com) , you will receive instructions on how to get to the north entrance of Camp Second Chance.

To find out what days we need volunteers, please click the blue button below and sign up for our newsletter.

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All you have to do is listen to their stories to know that you are making a difference. We would love you to experience this.  Not only will you receive the satisfaction of a job well done, putting your skills to work, but you will be providing housing for someone in need.  And, if you want to learn skills like carpentry, roofing, painting, community building, or the hundreds of other things we do, WE WILL TEACH YOU!  All you need is a willing heart.  If you are still asking, “What else can I do?”, volunteers bring us lunch, manage supplies, organize tasks, help at the information table when we show “Trickle Downtown” and so many other things. No matter who you are, what group you are with (if any) or where you’re coming from, we would love for you to join us.  Contact us and we’ll help you get involved.