Volunteers are the heart of the ReStore.
We strive to provide a fun and meaningful experience for everyone working here, whether community member looking to give back, paid staff, worker in training, or community service volunteer.
We are a diverse group, here for a variety of reasons, but all working to further the ReStore Mission:
- Providing additional funding to support Bend Area Habitat for Humanity programs: new home construction, home repair & weatherization
- Making home improvement accessible to those who might otherwise be unable to afford it, as well as those who prefer to improve their homes through reuse versus consumption of new goods
- Providing good stewardship of sustainable resources in the community
YOUTH and GROUPS
The ReStore welcomes volunteers 9 – 13 years of age to volunteer with an adult guardian/parent. Volunteers 14 and older are welcome on their own.
We are happy to accommodate your school, business, church or civic group with advance notice. Groups have more fun when we’re able to organize a special project.
For more information and scheduling, please contact Brenda Jackson, Volunteer Coordinator, at [email protected] or 541-636-9932.
RESTORE VOLUNTEER POSITIONS
Maintains appearance and inventory in specific departments. Reports to Warehouse Coordinator or Lot 2 Supervisor.
Remains available for customers with product/project questions in main building, out buildings, and/or building materials yard. Reports to Store Manager or Lot 2 Supervisor.
Assists Driver with donation pick-ups. Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds. Background check required. Reports to Driver.
Greets donors, screens and processes donations. Reports to Warehouse Coordinator.
Assists customers in the store and over the phone with questions and purchases. Minimum of three months ReStore experience and background check required. Reports to Store Manager.
Front Desk Assistant
Assists cashier by greeting and assisting customers in the store and over the phone. Reports to Store Manager.
Assists reclamation team with removal of non-structural materials from homes and businesses. Reports to Reclamation Coordinator.
“Up-Cycles” ReStore inventory for sale in store under the CUP (Creative Upcycled Projects) label. Reports to CUP committee.
Special skills? Tell us about them. Create your special niche on planet ReStore!