Volunteer

Everyone has the ability to change the lives of families in need of a home. Help us build a better future in our community.

Ways to Volunteer

ReStore

Looking to give back without having to step onto a build site? Why not volunteer at our ReStore instead! Our ReStore is a retail outlet open to the public that sells new and used building and household items that have been donated. All revenue from our ReStore sales help sustain us so we can build more homes for families in our community!

Team Build Days

This one-of-a-kind employee engagement opportunity offers your company the chance to invest in your employees while making a real difference in the lives of hard-working families in our community.

Your team members will come together on a Habitat Moncton build site, roll up their sleeves and work to support families to build strength, stability and self-reliance through home ownership.

Habitat’s team building opportunity is an experience like no other. Participants of all skill levels and abilities are welcome – no construction experience required! Your team members will learn useful skills as they work side by side in a safe environment under the leadership of experienced Habitat Moncton crew leaders. You will have fun; connect with your colleagues in a truly meaningful way, leaving the build site proud of your accomplishments, your colleagues, and your organization.

An investment in our builds is an investment in your team members, your community, and your corporate brand.

  • Give your employees a unique team-building experience
  • Provide a fun, interactive way to give back to the community
  • Cultivate an energetic and unified workforce
  • Enhance your company’s brand by being able to showcase your involvement

Board of Directors/Committees

The board of directors of an incorporated, non-profit organization is legally responsible for the governance of the organization. Within that mandate is the expectation that the board will develop, implement and monitor policies that will allow the organization to carry out its work. A board is elected by, and accountable to, its membership. While a board may appoint staff and/or committees to carry out specific work related to its policies, programs and services, the board is ultimately responsible for meeting organizational outcomes.

We are always looking for new volunteers to share their skills and ideas with us. If you’re organized and enjoy working behind the scenes consider getting involved with us.

Volunteer Application Form