Join one of our Committees
Board of Directors
By invitation only. Please contact Tammi Morris for more information.
The Board is ultimately responsible for the governance and executive oversight of the York Habitat for Humanity Affiliate. The volunteer Board oversees the Executive Director who manages the day-to-day operatons of the Affiliate.
Faith Relations Committee
Meets the 1st Friday of each month, 9:30 am at YHFH Office
Builds long-lasting relationships with churches in York City/County that will faithfully partner with York Habitat in fulfilling its mission. It accomplishes this through the Church Ambassadors, home dedications, congregational support and ongoing efforts towards “Building on Faith” projects.
Meets 2nd Wednesday of each Month, 8:00 am, at YHFH Office
More information coming soon.
Volunteer Services Committee
Meets 2nd Tuesday of each Month, 5:00 pm, at YHFH Office
This Committee is responsible for the recruitment and nomination of suitable candidates to key leadership positions on the Board of Directors and the various standing Committees, as well as providing oversight of volunteer recruitment, placement, and ongoing engagement.
Marketing/Special Events Committee
Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month, 5:30 pm, at YHFH Office
Executes the calendar-based marketing strategy clearly communicating and promoting York Habitat for Humanity’s mission in the community. Oversees/designs the content of the website and social media sites, promotional materials, advertisings and quarterly newsletter. Members also assist with planning, promo on and coordination of special events and fundraisers.
By invitation only. Please contact Christie Young for more information.
Responsible for overseeing the monthly financial reporting, annual audit, investments, cash flow projects and the budget process.
Family Support Committee
Meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 3:00 pm, at YHFH Office
Recruits, screens, and selects homeowner candidates; educates homebuyers and partners with the candidates to ensure timely completion of all program requirements. Members actively engage existing homeowners to continue the sense of community, prevent mortgage delinquencies, and to enable those helped by the program to “pay it forward.”