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Big Ramp Build in Randolph/Braintree (9am-2pm)
Thursday, July 9th – 4 volunteers needed
Friday July 10th – 1 volunteer needed
No experience necessary. Groups welcome!

Friday July 17 – Randolph/Braintree
4 Volunteers needed to finish ramp

Mobile Home Upgrades Norwich– Insulation, sheetrock and more
Thurs July 23 – 4 volunteers needed
Friday July 24 – 4 volunteers needed
Tuesd July 28 – 2 volunteers needed

Building Large Access Ramp in Braintree, VT
Wednesday, July 29 – 4 volunteers needed

Thursday, July 30 – 5 volunteers needed
Friday, July 31 – 2 volunteers needed

Ramp Build in Plainfield
Thursday August 6th – 5 volunteers needed
Friday August 7th – 4 volunteers needed

Installing new Roof on Mobile Home in White River Junction
Thursday August 13th – 4 volunteers needed
Friday August 14th – 1 volunteer needed

Mobile Home upgrades in Norwich (adding utility room, installing insulated skirting and more)
Weds. August 20th – 5 volunteers needed
Thurs. August 21st – 5 volunteers needed
Thurs. August 27th – 5 volunteers needed
All hands welcome. Plumbing and Electrical experience is helpful!

Please email to sign up. Thank You!

The Home Repair Team is on the job every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. No experience necessary. Our community services depend on volunteers like YOU!   

COVER offers numerous volunteer opportunities. We are confident there is something here for you. Examples include: assisting with donation pick up, social media promotion, or joining our skilled Home Repair leaders building accessibility ramps, installing roofs and other urgent home repairs in the greater Upper Valley.

Need a ride from White River Junction to a COVER Home Repair Project? Just let us know.
We leave from Cover’s HQ @ 8:00 am for most projects. Home Repair projects are scheduled on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9am-4pm. We provide all tools, safety gear and instruction.  Please consider helping COVER to foster hope and build community by sharing your time on Home Repair projects or in the COVER Store.
Contact our Volunteer Coordinator to explore the many opportunities COVER offers.  We think you’ll be glad you did.

You can call or email our Volunteer Coordinator, Lisa Ricci, to sign up for any projects listed below.
Office: 802-296-7241, Ext 3    email: 
(Please include your phone number. Thank You!)

The COVER Store seeks regular help on Saturdays

When volunteering on Home Repair and Weatherization projects we offer you an opportunity to learn from skilled Work Leaders, or to share the skills you already have, engaging in meaningful work that will make a difference in someone’s everyday life. If you are a skilled trades person and would like to volunteer some of your time, specifically with those skills (electrician, plumber, skilled carpenter), please let us know.

COVER’s Home Repair program relies on volunteers in order to complete our scheduled projects that have met our project criteria . We typically engage over 300 volunteers annually.  

Assist our Office staff: Seeking a volunteer to come anytime Tues, Weds, Thurs, or Fridays between 9am-5pm for miscellaneous projects, from designing and printing posters and promotional material, to data entry and organizing files.
As we enter “mud season” and get ready for Home Repair season, we tackle projects at the COVER Store and Home Repair Headquarters. Let us know if you would like to help!

COVER Store Hours: Monday- Saturday, 10-5  / Sunday 12-5
The COVER store helps provides funding for our Home Repair and Weatherization programs.
When you volunteer in the store, you help to support urgently needed home repairs in your community!
You can volunteer a whole day or just a few hours. The Store Manager will work with you to schedule your availability, but we need volunteers who can commit to a semi-regular weekly shift. Questions? Call (802) 296-7241 ext 3

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Imagine that in order to make your house warm, safe and dry you accepted a group of strangers from different walks of life into your home. We reflect on what that might feel like, and how we’d wish those strangers would act in our homes. We keep that in mind as we spend time in homeowners’ spaces.

We build community by approaching each other with respect and empathy.  We appreciate your help and we hope you are excited to get to know your neighbors. It may have taken a lot of courage to step forward and ask for help. We thank the homeowners for inviting us into their homes.