Since our founding in 1993, thousands of individual volunteers have been fundamental to Macomb Habitat’s impact in our community. Macomb Habitat provides opportunities for individuals to take action in the fight against substandard housing. Working together to help people become successful homeowners creates stability in our community.
Volunteers come in all shapes and sizes, races and beliefs, professions, ages, and skills. One thing that all Macomb Habitat volunteers have in common: they are critically important to furthering the organization’s mission in our community. Through construction, retail, repairs, and more, volunteers help Macomb Habitat impact dozens of families each year.
We welcome everyone, with or without experience, to volunteer in construction, our ReStores, or other areas. All you need is enthusiasm; we’ll teach you everything you need to know.
We have one-time opportunities for those with a busy schedule and regular opportunities for volunteers who would like to make a commitment. Become a One-Day-at-a-Time or an Ongoing volunteer today!
Rolling up your sleeves and picking up a paintbrush or a hammer is our most popular volunteer opportunity. Construction volunteers participate in all stages of building or renovating a home.
Get started right away. No construction experience necessary; our skilled site supervisors provide on-site instruction to help get you started.
Our ReStores are a unique part of Macomb Habitat. Volunteering here in one of our home improvement thrift stores is a great way to participate in our mission. If you are looking for a regular volunteer opportunity, working in one of our ReStores is the perfect option! ReStores also welcome groups of friends who want to work together.
Are you looking for a way to help in a non-construction type of activity and have a few hours to spare? Macomb Habitat has a myriad of other ways for volunteers to participate in our mission, including working in our offices and providing extra help during special events.
Questions? Contact our Volunteer Relations Manager, Dave Tirsell.