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Volunteers are the heart and soul of Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County. Join the 2,000 volunteers who contribute more than 15,000 hours each year supporting local families in their affordable housing journey as they gain strength, stability and self-reliance!

Whether you’re an individual, corporate team, community/faith-based group, or just a handful of friends, there are many different ways for you to volunteer in our county. And you don’t need to have any particular skill-set. We’ll show you what to do!

We recommend you take a look at our different type of opportunities to find which is the best fit for you!


Construction Volunteer

Come join us on the construction site – you’ll be glad you did. Click here to see all the volunteer opportunities at Habitat Oakland County. No experience necessary! For Company Team Building information, please click here.

ReStore Volunteer

The Habitat Oakland County ReStores are non-profit, home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently-used furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price for the benefit of our mission.  ReStore volunteer tasks can include: organizing inventory, pricing merchandise, assisting customers, stocking shelves, etc. We have two ReStore locations (Waterford and Farmington Hills) looking for volunteers  –  Click here to volunteer at either of our ReStores.

For information on volunteering please contact our Volunteer Department at volunteer@habitatoakland.org or at 248-338-1843 x284

Court Ordered Community Service

For questions about fulfilling Court Ordered Community Service hours for minor violations at our Farmington or Waterford ReStore locations, please e-mail volunteer@habitatoakland.org or call 248-338-1843 x284.  Felony charges will not  be considered.

For information on how to reserve a volunteer date for your faith-based or school group, please contact our Volunteer Department at volunteer@habitatoakland.org or at 248-338-1843 x284.