Volunteer Update:
Volunteer restrictions are gradually lifting!

We are ready for volunteers at the ReStore!

Help us bring in donated items, keep the store looking stocked and fabulous,

or even help with repurposing items for sale with added value!


Together, we can keep usable materials out of the landfill, provide low-cost home improvement goods, and build more affordable homes in Anchorage. 

Click below to register for a shift that suits your schedule!

ReStore Wish List: Special Volunteer Projects!

If any of these sound interesting to you, reach out! We'd love to work with you.

• Regular ReStore office volunteers

• Organizing our Make It Classroom materials

• Helping re-home donated items that we don't sell

• Helping with remote silent auctions

• Running donation drives

• Leading DIY home improvement workshops

• Repairing tools and other ReStore items

Construction Update!

We can host up to 4 volunteers on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Click below to learn more and sign up!

In response to COVID-19, we are taking the following precautions

We respectfully request that all staff and volunteers wear a mask when working with the public, and at all times if they have not been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Thank you for helping our community stay healthy!

Family Support

Family support volunteers work directly with future homeowners, helping them in a variety of ways throughout their journey.


Hospitality volunteers provide snacks or lunches for our construction sites, as well as, home dedications.


Volunteers keep our donation store running smoothly to help fund the Habitat ministry. 

Office Support

Office support volunteers help keep the Habitat ministry running smoothly by assisting with filing, bulk mailings, and special events.

Make a lasting difference in your community, no hammer required.

If you're eager to help at Habitat for Humanity but would rather not swing a hammer, we want you to know that there are still many places you can invest and more opportunities to serve - all of them vitally important to providing safe, stable housing for those who need it.

Here are just a few of the opportunities to serve and invest in a brighter future for local families - but talk with us if you're unsure how you might be able to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Anchorage. If you're ready to begin, contact us and we can work out the details.

Have a question or want to discuss how you can get involved?

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