Volunteer at Habitat ReStore of Southwest Volusia

The Habitat ReStore depends on enthusiastic volunteers for everything from helping customers to arranging merchandise. Whether you enjoy interacting with the public or prefer tinkering behind the scenes, chances are that we have a volunteer opportunity for you. Habitat for Humanity volunteers - both on construction sites and in Habitat ReStores - have helped more than 500,000 families realize the dream of owning a simple, decent, affordable home. Join us in our mission to eliminate poverty housing in our community and the world by volunteering at the Habitat ReStore.

Current volunteer opportunities

If you see something that interests you or have an idea how you can use your skills to improve the Habitat ReStore, call (386) 774-0083 or email to therestore@swvhatitat.org.

Donation processing

We need help accepting donations at our in-store donation drop-off area, providing receipts to donors, sorting, cleaning and pricing items.


If you like to make order out of chaos, we can use you on our sales floor. We need someone with a good eye and a bit of creativity that can help figure out the best way to display items for sale.

Social media

We need a talented person to help us maintain our presence on the web by posting pictures of merchandise and store events, updating our status with the latest and greatest news, and ultimately drawing more people into our store. Experience with using Facebook, Diggers List, Craigs List, Constant Contact and web site editing is a plus!!

Furniture repair

We often get furniture in the store that is in need of minor repair. If you’d like to put your woodworking skills to good use, we’ll provide the tools and the furniture – you provide the expertise!


If you like to talk on the phone, and have good customer service skills, we are looking for a Dispatcher. Duties include answering the phone, taking information for donation pick ups, completing donation receipts, coordination of pick up schedule, inputing donor information into database and periodic thank you follow up calls to donors