Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a place to put your talents to work.

From customer service to furniture repair, Habitat ReStores offer a multitude of volunteer opportunities geared toward individual interests and skills.

By giving your time, you help your Habitat ReStore do more to support building projects that benefit families in your community and around the world.

Make a Difference by Volunteering your Time.

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Habitat for Humanity volunteers – both on construction sites and in Habitat ReStores – continuously help families in their local communities build a decent and affordable place to call home.

Volunteer opportunities at your Habitat ReStore

There are many ways to volunteer at Habitat ReStore. Volunteer needs at your local ReStore may vary, but the following are common ways you can help the ReStore:

  • Creating decorative displays
  • Special Projects
  • Customer service
  • Stocking store shelves
  • Unloading trucks
  • Helping with donation pickups
  • Pricing inventory
  • Organizing the ReStore and the warehouse
  • Cashier
  • Sales floor associate
  • Merchandiser

What is the Habitat ReStore volunteer experience?

In addition to helping Habitat ReStore provide decent places to live for families in your community, you also can expect a great time while volunteering at Habitat ReStore! You’ll get to interact with ReStore staff as well as your fellow volunteers, which may include future Habitat homeowners that often serve as volunteers in ReStores as part of the sweat equity investment for their home.

Call your local Habitat ReStore today and see how you can get involved.

There are many ways to volunteer with Habitat. No matter which way works best for you, feel good knowing your efforts make a difference in your community while enjoying the additional benefits of volunteering.

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Want to learn more about volunteering at the ReStore? Contact Tom Ostrow, ReStore Assistant Manager.  610-776-7499 Ext 313 or tom@habitatlv.org