Middlesex Habitat for Humanity’s (MHFH) 16th house project constructs a new three-bedroom home located at 382 Hammock Rd. North in Westbrook, CT. The project is MHFH’s first opportunity to build along the shoreline.
Due to strict safety guidelines during the COVID pandemic, we restrict the number of people working on-site to five (includes site supervisor and the new homeowner).
We need three volunteers to join the St. John’s work team on Friday, November 13th, from 8:30 am-3:30 pm. Skilled and unskilled volunteers are welcome as supervisors provide on-site training.
Together, we are truly making a difference with a hand up of affordable housing in Middlesex County. Thank you.
COVID-19 Precautions – Everyone’s health is a priority to us
- Stay home if you are not feeling well
- Daily volunteer health checks
- Absolutely no more than than 10 volunteers will be allowed on the job site
- Practice social distancing when you can – even during breaks and lunch
- Face masks must be worn at all times
- All volunteers will need to wear work gloves
- No communal coffee breaks or lunch… meaning people have to have individualized breakfast snacks and lunches (no 6ft subs and bags of chips), everything has to be wrapped individually. No coffee will be served and boxes of donuts are not allowed.
- Individual bottled water will be allowed
- Porta Johns will be cleaned twice a week, frequently touched items (door pulls and toilet seats) daily
- All communal tools will be cleaned periodically during the day
- Hand sanitizer will not be available, as well as a hand washing station
- Volunteers may not be permitted to use their own tools on job sites.
- We have established and continue to communicate with state and local authorities to determine current mitigation levels in our community and will amend this guidance as necessary.