Diversity & Inclusion Partnership “Yes, and” Approach People Over Problems We are in the Helping Business
Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity believes that everyone – no matter who we are or where we come from – deserves quality and affordable homeownership opportunities. We believe that all are welcome, so we focus on the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in accomplishing our mission. We are committed to an inclusive and accessible workplace, job site, homeownership classroom, and ReStore environment that fully represents and respects many diverse cultures, backgrounds, and viewpoints.
Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity board members oversee the direction of Habitat’s activities throughout Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, and Hendricks counties as the organization works to eradicate substandard housing. Directors are elected to three-year terms that may be renewed two times. They do not receive any compensation for their voluntary service.
To contact a staff member, please click on their name to email or you can call their direct number listed below.
As a core group of individuals who graciously donate their time to Habitat to support our construction team, our Tiger Team is an integral part of Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity!
In 2023, the Tiger Team of 95 members dedicated nearly 18,000 hours to serving local families through Habitat’s mission.
A “Tiger” is a volunteer committed and dedicated to helping Greater Indy Habitat achieve its mission by consistently contributing time and skill. No experience is required, and each Tiger is orientated to become an advocate and knowledgeable representative of Greater Indy Habitat. All volunteers are required to follow our volunteer build site guidelines.
The Tiger Team meets every Tuesday at 8 am at our Habitat construction warehouse (2457 East Washington Street, Indianapolis).
To learn more about this unique program, please contact Lauren Wigton, Construction Manager, at 317.777.6094.
Greater Indy Habitat Young Professionals seek to connect socially conscious young professionals to raise awareness, funds, and volunteerism in support of Habitat’s mission of putting love into action to build homes, communities, and hope.
Being a young professional member includes fundraising, networking, volunteering, and being an advocate on behalf of Greater Indy Habitat.
GIHYP members must be at least 21 years old. Members meet monthly and annual dues are $120.