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St. Johns University's Chapter of Habitat for Humanity


Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian affiliated organization which was founded based on the idea that every person, no matter their race, religion or social standing, needs a safe, affordable home.

Habitat builds homes that are affordable to low-income families all around the world. This is all possible through the work and dedication of volunteers and donations from organizations, businesses, and individuals like you.

Here, at St. John’s University, our chapter members dedicate their time to volunteering to those in need, participate in fundraising events,  and educate through our advocacy events.

Join if you would like to be part of :
  • Community Service
  • Making  a Difference
  • Hands on Service Projects
  • Connection with NYC and the World
Active Member Requirements per Semester:

If you would like to become an ACTIVE member of Habitat, we use a 7-point system:

  • Build site = 5 points
  • Large advocacy events = 3 points
  • Advocacy Event = 2 points
  • Baking for Bake Sales = 2 points
  • Attending a General Body Meeting = 1 point
  • Follow all our social media accounts!


New members are always welcome!

Contact us at if you would like to sign up for future events!

Go to to REGISTER as a member and be updated on events!

If you would like to donate to Habitat for Humanity, go to 
 and click the DONATE button below. 

Portal Information


SJU Habitat for Humanity Chapter is a student organization that partakes in the mission of Habitat for Humanity Int., demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ by focusing on shelter, advocating for affordable housing, promoting human dignity, supporting sustainable changes and leading transformational development around the world. As part of the St. John’s community, SJU Habitat for Humanity Chapter also demonstrates a clear understanding of the University’s core values and the mission as Catholic, Vincentian and Metropolitan.


Social Justice

Meeting Day

Mondays or Thursdays

Meeting Time

Common Hour

Meeting Location

St. John's Hall 208

President Name

Gianna Bologna

Vice President Name


Treasurer Name

Isabelle Corey

Secretary Name

Kayla Soulias

Student Affairs Advisor Name

Elizabeth Sheehan

Student Affairs Advisor Email
Faculty Moderator


Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

There are no requirements to become a Habitat member! Just go to and fill out a registration form!

If you would like to become an ACTIVE member of Habitat, we use a 7-point system:
-Build site = 5 points
-Large advocacy events = 3 points
-Advocacy Event = 2 points
-Baking for Bake Sales = 2 points
-Member of Baking Committee: 1 point
-Attending a General Body Meeting = 1 point

You need a minimum of 7 points to be considered an Active Member.