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Volunteer Program

With the Volunteer Program, Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity is able to provide affordable housing through the construction labor provided by its volunteers. Volunteers donate their time and services in all areas, including in-kind services, policy development, retail store operations, floor plan design and modification, resource development, family support services, faith relations, and financial management.

Construction Volunteers

Join the fun! We build Tuesday - Saturday, 8:30 am - 3 pm. 

Interested in a Team Building Experience?

Volunteering with Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity is a unique team-building opportunity that provides your corporate team, community group, school, or faith-based organization with a fun, collaborative way to make a difference in the lives of Habitat partner families. 



To set up a group build day: 

  1. Complete and submit this Team Building Interest Form

  2. Habitat staff will reach out to schedule your build date

  3. Habitat will provide you with a link to register your staff


If you have any questions regarding available team build opportunities, contact Laura our Volunteer Coordinator at or 970-351-6766

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ReStore Volunteers

Here’s a sneak peek of what you could be doing for the

Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity ReStore!


Volunteer Positions

The ReStore needs volunteers Monday - Saturday!

  • Receiving Bay: Process donations by sorting and cleaning.

  • Home Furnishings: Organize sales floor and assist customers.

  • Sales Floor: Assist customers with purchases and organize sales floor.

  • Floater: Assist on the sales floor where needed and help cover breaks.

  • Book Store Assistant: Organize, clean and shelve books.

  • Truck Assistant: Assist with item deliveries and donation pick-ups.

  • Computer Whiz: Assist with data entry, graphic design and or web design work.

  • Handy Man/Woman: Fix broken donations (electronics, furniture, woodwork, etc.). Let us know your specialty!


Community Service:

We welcome individuals who need to fulfill community service hours. Due to new policies, we will not be able to accept anyone who has a history of theft, violence, or sexual assault no matter the lack of severity of the case or who was actually at fault. A copy of the court documents stating the actual offense and charge is required along with a copy of a valid picture ID.

Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver before they start their service. Unfortunately, we do not accept anyone who is under the age of 17 unless a legal guardian is willing to work alongside the individual. If the person is under the age of 18 and has been legally emancipated, documentation is required before the start of service.

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