Sandy Design Help Desk Week - Call for volunteers
During October 7-12, Architecture for Humanity along with partners, Enterprise Community Partners Inc., Pratt Center and Margert Community Corporation, will host a Sandy Design Help Desk to benefit NYC area residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. The Sandy Design Help Desk will provide free design and technical consultation from industry professionals to aid in the rebuilding process.
We need volunteer professionals to help in staffing the Design Help Desk and getting residents the advice they need to build back their communities in a safe and sustainable way.
Read more and register to volunteer!
DATES: October 7 - October 12
OPPORTUNITY FOR: Architects & Engineers, Other Building Design Professionals, Architecture & Engineering Students
- Volunteers needed for min. 3-hour time slots
- Volunteers will be required to attend (in-person or virtually) a FREE training on NYC building code and zoning modifications
- Volunteers and client will sign a liability release form
Register by completing the volunteer form found here. Thank you for your commitment!
--Oct. 02 Update--
First volunteer training session held. Volunteer positions still available. Sign up today!
In the closing days of October 2012, Hurricane Sandy carved a path through the Caribbean before moving up the Atlantic and turning inland at New Jersey, striking many coastal towns. The storm moved north and created a storm surge that devastated the New York/New Jersey Metro area. The event caused major damage and loss of life.