It can take more than a hard hat and a hammer to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity! Whether you’re working in the ReStore or supporting administration, every volunteer role plays a crucial part in the success of our mission.
Volunteer on a build site
Looking to swing a hammer to help build a home? You don’t even need any experience to get started as a Crew Member – we’ll teach you everything you need to know and provide you with all the tools to get the job done safely. There are also opportunities to work with our NEW Habitat Home Services crew, launching October 2020!
Volunteer in a ReStore
Do you have an eye for merchandising, or a knack for customer service? Are you curious to see what happens in our warehouse where we manage donations of furniture, appliances, home decor and more? Why not volunteer in one of our ReStores! With locations in Guelph, Orangeville and Fergus, there are plenty of opportunities to give back to the community and connect with customers and donors. There are also opportunities to work with our Kitchen Salvage crew and our Donation Pick-Up crew!
Volunteer at our events
Do you enjoy planning parties? Or helping out at special events? We are always looking for individuals to sit on planning committees for our signature fundraising events, as well as being on-site for the event to help with things like décor and event activities! If you’ve never been to one of our Ultimate Habitat House Parties, you need to see it in action!
Volunteer in our office
Do you have a skill that would help us stay organized, promote our work and spread the word about Habitat? There are several office volunteer opportunities for everyone, including office administration, finance, family services and marketing and communications.
Opportunities for students
You may be able to complete your 40 Community Involvement Hours through these opportunities. We also partner with local high schools, as well as colleges and universities to offer placements and internships.
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