Your team is waiting for you here at Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity ReStore! As a resale store and donation center, ReStore gives donated items a second life, turning gently used furniture, appliances and home goods into funds that help local families in need of safe, affordable housing. You'll join Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity's single largest fundraiser, helping generate hundreds of thousands of dollars each year for Habitat's mission
Make A Difference
By cashiering, assisting customers, and more you can make a real difference in the lives of local families struggling with unaffordable, overcrowded and unsafe housing. Watch how your time and talents can change the lives of families like Rita's.
Flexible volunteer positions are available every Tuesday through Saturday in a variety of roles to help keep the ReStores running smoothly. We're particularly in search of volunteers who can serve a 3-4 hour shift each week. Opportunities include cashiering, decorating, picking up donations and processing donations. We can find the perfect position that matches your interests and skills.
Like many others, Teri Hagemann’s life was upended by COVID-19. In June of 2020 she decided to start volunteering with Milwaukee Habitat and found herself at the ReStore in Walker’s Point. She’s become an essential part of the team since, taking on two cashiering shifts each week. According to Teri, “I volunteer not only to keep myself busy and active, but to improve the lives of others in the community.”
Margie Hood joined ReStore’s Deconstruction Services team in 2018 and has been an active member since. When COVID-19 impacted Deconstruction operations, Margie took her time and talent into the office. While continuing to work as a product processor on Deconstruction sites, Margie has also taken the lead on a variety of process improvement projects at ReStore Wauwatosa. Most critically, Margie has been overhauling our point-of-sale system to help us operate more efficiently and effectively.
3015 N 114th St, Wauwatosa
With more than 30,000 square feet of sales space ReStore Wauwatosa is Wisconsin's largest ReStore. This location was established in 2010 and, with it's broad selection of donated furniture, appliances and home improvement supplies, is our most popular store.
6939 S Riverwood Blvd, Franklin
Opening soon, ReStore Franklin is the newest addition to Milwaukee's ReStores. After outgrowing our previous location in Walker's Point, we moved into this newer, larger location in the heart of the South 27th Street retail district. Surrounded by Goodwill and Lowe's, this former Gander Mountain has been transformed into our quintessential resale store and donation center.
4150 S 108th St, Greenfield
Opened in 2017, our Greenfield ReStore may be the smallest of our fleet, but it quickly became one of our most popular donation centers. With a mom and pop vibe, ReStore Greenfield has an everchanging inventory thanks to the frequent donations dropped off each day by generous community members.
Ready to Begin?
Are there any age restrictions to volunteer at the ReStore?
ReStore volunteers must be 16 to volunteer as individuals. Some tasks are restricted to those 18 & over. Learn more about the ways youth can be involved by visiting our Hammer Free Volunteering Page.