Volunteer at the Waukesha ReStore
Volunteers are a huge part of our Waukesha ReStore's success! The service of volunteers allows Habitat to operate the ReStore at a lower cost, which allows us to put more of our store's proceeds toward building affordable, quality homes for families in Waukesha County.
Eager to help? Read on for more details.
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ReStore Volunteer Opportunities
The ReStore offers four-hour shifts in a variety of roles, Tuesday–Saturday, including light-duty, heavy-duty, and skilled. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, or 16 years old with a parent/legal guardian present. Below are some common ReStore volunteer activities, though you never know what you may get a chance to try!
Light Duty - Cashier
Cashiers not only check out customers' purchases, but they also greet and thank all customers, and answer the ReStore phones.
Light Duty - Donations
Help clean and organize incoming donations, as well as process smaller donations such as hardware, tools, and home décor.
Heavy Duty- Donations
Many incoming donations are large, heavier items (couches, cabinets, etc.). Help unload the donation truck, process donations, move items to the sales floor, and assist customers with their purchases.
Skilled - Deconstruction
Assist the ReStore as it salvages as many useable items as possible from homes being remodeled or torn down. The ReStore takes anything from kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities to windows, doors, and flooring.
Skilled - Repair & Pricing
Use your knowledge and experience to repair broken items, test electrical appliances, and other equipment, and price items for sale.
Hours & Location
Volunteer Shift Hours
Tuesday-Saturday AM (10am–2pm)
Tuesday-Saturday PM (2pm–6pm)
Location & Contact
2120 E. Moreland Blvd.
Waukesha, WI 53186
Located on the west end of the
Westbrook Shopping Center.
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