Schools & Youth Fundraising

Join our HOME SAFE HOME campaign!

This year, Habitat for Humanity want to raise the funds to build FIFTEEN homes with access to water and sanitation in three of our partner countries.

This will support fifteen families to improve their lives, with the safety and security that a Habitat home provides and will ensure access to clean water and sanitation for the wider communities too.

To raise funds for Habitat’s life-changing projects, we’re asking YOU to take on a virtual journey! Get outside and complete a physical challenge to help us reach our target of 10,000 kilometres travelled!

The distance from Ireland to Lusaka, via Addis Ababa & Lilongwe, is around 10,000km! So we want our volunteers, supporters and donors to help us get there this year!

Walk for a window, dander for a door or hike for a home, get sponsored and support the most vulnerable communities in Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia! A small amount can make a BIG difference.

Become a Habitat HOPEBuilder School

HOPE Builders are the foundation of our work, enabling us to plan ahead and serve the most vulnerable communities around the world.

Challenge pupils to do something in our own community which will have a life-changing impact 

Get some fundraising inspiration from a few of our wonderful Habitat supporters!

Samuel’s Virtual Climb!

Samuel pointing at his target of 8,850m, the summit of Mt Everest!

 Ten year old Samuel from Newtownards climbed Mt. Everest at home last year, all to raise money for Habitat!

By walking up the stairs at his house, Samuel climbed the equivalent height of Mount Everest- that’s 44,213 stairs & raised more than €2,500 for Habitat!

Dander for Doors!

Staff and volunteers in Habitat ReStore are taking on a challenge to walk 100 miles and raise funds for Habitat!

A safe & lockable door in Ethiopia costs €53, and the volunteers are hoping to raise more than €300, by doing their sponsored walk!

Natasha’s 30 for 30!

Natasha Thompson, teacher at , decided to take on an exercise challenge to celebrate her 30th birthday!

Natasha committed to exercising every single day, for 30 days, and raised almost €1,000 for the most vulnerable communities.

If you have any questions, or wish to discuss how you can engage with Habitat’s Schools & Youth by raising funds for the most vulnerable, just get in touch with our dedicated staff team.

Educational Workshops

Students at Loreto Abbey Dalkey, taking part in a Habitat schools workshop

Online Education Resources

Students at Loreto Abbey Dalkey, taking part in a Habitat schools workshop

Opportunities to Volunteer

Students at Loreto Abbey Dalkey, taking part in a Habitat schools workshop