What does a volunteer do?
Volunteers can assist in a variety of projects around the ReStore, including, but not limited to:
assisting customers and making them smile
utilizing strong muscles to load and unload truck items
preparing donations for their new forever homes
ensuring our merchandise 'stays in line' (a.k.a. organizing and staging our sales floor)
keeping our space neat and free of dust bunnies
assisting with admin tasks like a rockstar
showing love to our books section
creating DIY (do-it-yourself) display projects
testing appliances (because who wants to take home a washer that only half drains?)
If you have an idea about something else you'd like to help with, let us know. We'll work with you to create an enjoyable volunteer experience.
Make an impact in your local community. Your service hours with the Longmont ReStore helps create strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter in 4 communities: Longmont, Lyons, Dacono, and Estes Park.
Meet new people. You never know who you're going to meet in a ReStore. Your service hours can provide you with an opportunity to meet people from all walks of life.
Obtain and utilize skills and talents. Volunteering at the ReStore will help you gain skills in service through retail with a mission. What would you like to do at the ReStore? When you volunteer with us, we will work with you to find an area where you can use your skills and talents.
Offer an alternative to building. Perhaps you can't volunteer on a construction site, but you'd still like to be involved in Habitat's mission. The ReStore is a great way for you to give back to your community through a unique service opportunity.
We welcome individuals and groups (i.e. school, business, church, senior and retirement, and other groups).
If you need court-ordered community service hours, please call (303) 776-3334 or walk in to make arrangements with a manager.
Volunteer shifts are available Monday through Saturday in 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8-hour blocks in AM or PM. If you would like to volunteer for a different amount of time, please contact us - 303-682-2485 x111 or email@example.com. We are happy to accommodate you.
Orientation is required for all our new volunteers. Orientations are scheduled on an as-needed basis, Monday through Friday at 9am, 12pm, or 3pm. Please let us know if you need a different time.
Sign-Up to Volunteer
Questions? Call us today at 303-682-2485 x111 or email Hannah Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Court-Ordered Community Service Sign-Up or Questions? Call (303) 776-3334
Please bring your signed waiver and review the volunteer orientation and safety presentation slides before arriving for your shift for the first time. New volunteers are required to attend an orientation training session. Contact us to learn the next available session.