Henrietta ReStore Volunteering
A volunteering campaign for Flower City Habitat for Humanity.
About This Campaign
Habitat ReStore Volunteering:
Be flexible and prepared to work. We ask volunteers to be flexible and prepared for a good day's work, no matter the task. This may include assisting with: customer service, donation pick-ups, unloading and cleaning donations, organizing store shelves and displays, retail housekeeping and cleaning (including storefront and parking lot), and more. Ability to lift 20+ pounds is very helpful for most ReStore volunteering, but there are opportunities that do not require lifting.
Age restriction: 14-17 year-old volunteers can work at Habitat ReStore only after submitting a parental permission form.
Schedule: Volunteer shifts at ReStore are generally available Monday through Saturday. Each day has a three hour morning shift, and a three hour afternoon shift; and a volunteer can sign-up for both shifts if they prefer. Volunteers must be available for the entire shift. Saturdays are the most requested day, so if you can make it on a weekday, please choose that first.
Attire: ReStore volunteering includes a warehouse, and you should be prepared to get a little dirty. You may also be going between indoors and outdoors, so dress for the weather. Closed-toe shoes are required. No sandals or flip-flops, you will be sent home.
Weather: We work year-round as long as conditions are safe. For issues of inclement weather, Habitat ReStore volunteering will close when the Rochester City School District closes.
Location / Venue
- 2199 East Henrietta Road
- Rochester, NY 14623
Campaign to Support Flower City Habitat for Humanity
People in our community, and all over the world, partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.