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Volunteers are the heart of Habitat for Humanity

Your dependability, reliability, time and talent are key to our success, and we are world-renowned for the empowering, meaningful experiences that we offer.

Every volunteer increases our ability to help more families buy their first home through our affordable mortgage. As a volunteer, you can help in a number of ways.

If you'd like to volunteer in any of our communities outside of Calgary, please get in touch

Volunteer at a construction site

We currently have an active build site in the northwest Calgary community of Silver Springs.

Volunteer at a ReStore

ReStore Customer Service Volunteer

This role is to provide customer service on the sales floor and maintain customer satisfaction. Friendliness and helpfulness are key elements of this role. Works directly with customers, staff and homeowners and represents Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta in a professional manner.

ReStore Warehouse Volunteer

The Warehouse Volunteer will be responsible for ensuring accurate and seamless reception and processing of incoming donations. Working directly with donors, staff and Habitat homeowners. The Warehouse Volunteer will represent Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta in a professional manner.

Volunteer in our office

If you would like to give your time and talent as an administrative whiz, there are many opportunities available to share your skills.

Volunteer on a regional committee

Use your skills and be part of a dynamic team working to make a difference in your local community. Positions include Chair, Secretary/Treasurer, Marketing Lead, Fundraising Lead, and much more.

“I volunteer here because I want to contribute to this important cause. I was a teacher administrator for a few years and saw what influence stable housing has on children. It impacts their grades, completion rates, mental stability, and other crucial aspects of their lives.”

Sandy Grassick – Office Volunteer for 14 Years

Sarina and family moving into their new affordable home

1 in 5 Canadians spend more than half their income on shelter

55,000 hours were given to Habitat in 2015

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