ReStore Volunteer (ReStore Fresno)
Habitat For Humanity Greater Fresno Area
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
47 people are interested
ReStore Fresno volunteers are an important part of Habitat's mission to bring people together to build community, homes and hope in Fresno County! Volunteers assist in a variety of ways including, but not limited to, customer service, inventory, receiving donations, assembling donated furniture, pricing, displaying and organizing donations, and helping all who leave the ReStore have a great experience!
This means there is something for everyone! If you have a special skill or interest, let us know - there may be a way for you to use it!
ReStore Fresno is open for volunteers Monday through Saturday from 9am until 5pm. Age requirements for this task is 14 years and older. Volunteers ages 14 and 15 years must have an adult accompany. Groups and individuals welcome!
Find something you love while volunteering? All Habitat Fresno volunteers receive a 30% discount on items at the ReStore during their time of service!
About Habitat For Humanity Greater Fresno Area
4991 E McKinley #123, Fresno, CA 93727, US
Seeking to put God's love in action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Habitat for Humanity Fresno County does not build houses FOR families; we facilitate a partnership among families who demonstrate need, the ability to pay the mortgage, and a willingness to partner in the construction of their home. This partnership also engages community supporters who join the families in the home building process and provide both financial and in-kind support for building supplies and materials. In addition to new home construction, Habitat Fresno also hosts neighborhood revitalization projects, outreach events and operates the ReStores to build homes, community and hope to love our current housing stock.
For 31 years Habitat Fresno has radically changed lives in our community. To date, Habitat Fresno has improved housing conditions for 400 families through the work of over 12,000 volunteers.