With the help of thousands of volunteers from every skill level and background, we have provided over 500 families with a hand-up into home ownership! Volunteering with Habitat is an incredible experience: serving, learning, building, making friends, hearing stories – and much more.
You can help us continue to change lives and communities by volunteering your time at one of our current build projects or in our ReStores. Our build sites are open Tuesday to Saturday from January until mid-December (excluding holidays) and our Edmonton ReStores are open 9-5 Monday to Saturday.
Click below to see all of our different volunteer opportunities!
Or to download a PDF: Volunteer Information Flyer
Individuals and groups welcome!
All skill levels are welcome! Beginners to trades people!
All safety equipment and tools are provided by Habitat for Humanity.
Our minimum commitment is one shift.
*NEW* Changes that affect our Youth Volunteers (16 or 17 years old): All youth are now required to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian for every volunteer shift. All youth must sign up for shifts directly through our Volunteer Coordinator and not online. Youth shift sign up: please contact Joanne: (780) 451-3416 x 222 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Construction shifts are 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Tuesdays through Saturdays.
ReStore shifts are 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Mondays through Saturdays.
You need to know
Volunteers must have the following abilities to work on our construction sites or in our ReStores:
- Willingness and ability to learn new skills and apply new skills to different situations
- Follow the instructions of our Site Supervisor independently
- Ability to climb stairs comfortably
- Adequate vision to do detailed work
- Use of conversational English
- Ability to lift and carry at least 15 pounds
Where we’re building
We are currently recruiting volunteers across northern Alberta. View our Where We Build page to see exactly where!
We also have exciting volunteer opportunities in our ReStores, our retail outlets that sell new and gently-used building materials and home improvement items to fund Habitat’s administration costs.