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ReStore volunteers are an integral part of Honolulu Habitat’s mission. You’ll help drive sales in our store, assist customers, place merchandise, help process donations, and much more. Flexible volunteer positions are available Monday through Saturday.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (04/25/18)- Jacqueline Lopez volunteers during the Chico’s Spring 2018 Home is the Key Build. © Habitat for Humanity International/Jason Asteros

Volunteer Sign Up

Flexible volunteer positions are available Monday through Saturday. ReStore volunteers ages 14-15 must have a parent/guardian volunteering with them at all times and all volunteers under age 18 must have a signed waiver from a parent/guardian.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA (2/28/2019) - Volunteers joined Krushetta Holt, and one of her sons, Kelvin Holt, Jr., at the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity warehouse to pre-assemble walls.  Krushetta and her family are partnering with Atlanta Habitat during the 2019 Home Is The Key campaign. By pre-building the walls in the warehouse, time on the construction site is drastically reduced, making the build time more efficient. 

The Holt family, who lived in the same apartment for nearly a decade, moves into their new four bedroom, two bath home in June of 2019.

Sign up for a ReStore Orientation

Before volunteering at ReStore you must first complete a 1 hour orientation and training at our warehouse in Kalihi. ReStore orientations are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

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“I don’t recall when I volunteered- it was twice. Both times I worked with the same staff. They were so kind and respectful. Their demeanor was friendly. I loved it.”

“The environment and positive work space. The staff were so kind and I could tell they really enjoyed helping others.”

“I loved the group energy and the work itself-learning how to put on hurricane clips. The future owners were watching us, and it made me feel useful and appreciated.”

“To use my time and talents to help families in need to obtain safe, decent and affordable housing.”

“It was a good experience building our home. Showed us how working together as a family keeps a family together and keeps us strong and loving and respectful towards others.”

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