Comal County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a retail outlet that sells donated building materials, appliances, household furniture and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Proceeds from the ReStore are channeled back into the construction of Habitat homes.
In addition to being a vital source of revenue funding Comal County Habitat for Humanity's mission of creating homeownership opportunities, the ReStore is also a way for Habitat to repurpose surplus building materials and other supplies.
Volunteering at Comal County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a great way to be involved with Habitat for Humanity.
Comal County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is almost entirely volunteer run – volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization. Each volunteer possesses different skills and experiences that are assets to the ReStore and its mission.
Looking to do CSR, National Honor Society, community outreach hours, or school credit hours? The ReStore is an approved organization!*
*Due to the nature of our business, you must be over the age of 14 to volunteer with us. 14 year-olds can volunteer with a parent or guardian.
What do ReStore Volunteers do?
ReStore Volunteers take on a wide range of responsibilities and are vital to keeping the ReStore operating as a successful retail outlet. From driving the ReStore truck to pick up donations to placing items on shelves, ReStore volunteers are the backbone of the ReStore mission. If you're interested in volunteering in the ReStore, click here.