ReStore Donations Truck Helper
Morris Habitat for Humanity
Want to learn new skills, serve your community and help build a house all at the same time?
Volunteer at the Morris Habitat ReStore! The Morris Habitat ReStore is a successful retail outlet that provides new and gently-used building materials and home furnishings. Volunteers are vital in keeping the ReStore operating! All proceeds from the ReStore help build decent affordable housing.
Volunteer areas are:
Administrative Support: General knowledge of computers to help set-up and/or maintain record-keeping files, tracking volunteer hours, answer phones. Good computer skills, including experience with Word and Excel.
Warehouse Support: Help with pricing and appraising, floor assistance or furniture repairs
ReStore Truck Helper: Assist on our box truck to pick up donations to bring back to the ReStore.
Cashier: Ring up customers
Customer Service Support: Assist customers shopping with current sales and answer general questions
ReStore Collections Team: Research items to determine value, monitoring and updating our store, speaking to potential donors, helping to ship and photograph items. We are also looking for individual subject area experts such as Art, Coins and valuables.
Contact Stephanie Sayki for more information
About Morris Habitat for Humanity
274 South Salem Street, Randolph, NJ 07869, US
Moving faith to action, Morris Habitat advocates for and builds decent affordable housing to enhance lives and strengthen the community in partnership with volunteers and families in need.
Morris Habitat acquires, through purchase or donation, existing homes to renovate, or vacant lots on which to build new homes. We resell the properties at an affordable price to a selected family (see Family Selection Committee opportunity for more about that). The eventual homeowners must invest 300 hours of "sweat equity" building their own house or another Habitat house. Homeowners assume a 30 year mortgage along with a 30-year lien on their home so that it must remain an affordable if sold.
In 2007, Morris Habitat opened a ReStore which sells new and gently used building supplies, applicances, furniture to the general public. Proceeds go toward building affordable homes.