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Group Opportunities

You can help local families in need of safe, affordable housing in a number of ways- on or off our construction sites!

Construction (groups of 6-18)

Most large volunteer groups choose to volunteer on our home builds or critical home repair sites. Tasks may include framing, roofing, drywall installation, siding, painting, building sheds, trim work, minor repairs, and more.


ReStore (groups up to 15)

Flexible volunteer positions are available every Tuesday through Saturday in a variety of roles to help keep the ReStores running smoothly. Opportunities include cashiering, decorating, picking up donations and processing donations.

Our ReStores can accommodate large groups with locations in Warren and Shelby Township.


What to Wear

  • Dress for the weather.
  • Comfortable, closed-toe shoes.
  • Layers to help in Michigan as the temperature changes.
  • Bring your favorite work gloves, if you have a pair.
  • Favorite hand tools (not required).
  • Lunch
  • Sunscreen and a hat.
  • We provide cold water to help you stay hydrated!
  • Your volunteer waiver*
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“I simply love this organization, at a time when I needed it the most they were there with community resources that not only help my family and I survive our current crisis, but put us in a position to return to a normal way of life.”

— Horace J Watkins Jr

Group Volunteer Questions

Depending on the date(s) you volunteer and the scope of your project, we ask groups to bring anywhere between 10 – 18 volunteers, depending on the site and season. Contact Lori Spooner for more details at

No. We welcome all levels of skill and experience! All necessary training is provided on-site by a Habitat staff member (Site Supervisor). If your group does have one or more skilled volunteers, consider asking them to be crew leaders.

Please check our Volunteer Calendar for availability or contact Lori Spooner for future opportunities.

Your group must designate a primary contact to communicate with us before the build, and an On-Site Coordinator who will be on site during the build. The On-Site Coordinator serves as a liaison between the Site Supervisor and volunteers – good communication is essential. Your group may also recruit Crew Leaders who will supervisor groups of 4-5 volunteers on site. Additional information will be provided upon confirmation.

Many groups do choose to donate towards the building materials and staff required for your team-building event. It is not mandatory, but most helpful at any level of donation!

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