Get Involved – Volunteer!
There are many ways to get involved in providing housing in Washington and Dodge Counties. Giving of your time and energy to work side-by-side with volunteers from around the area can be a very rewarding experience – while helping a partner family realize their dream of owning a home.
How You Can Get Involved
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“It’s a really fun experience and something nice to do for people. It feels good doing something, making a change to the world and helping someone else.”
– Carl & Kara Wendt, Volunteers
Volunteer at our ReStore
The ReStores exist to raise money for building and repairing homes here in Washington & Dodge counties by reselling donated items to the public at a fraction of their original price. We need your help to do this! Whether you’ve got a couple of open days a week or just an afternoon a month you’d like to donate, every contribution you make helps Habitat for Humanity in its mission to end substandard housing in your community and all over the world – all without lifting a hammer or getting on a ladder!
Our Restore Locations
W190 N10768 Commerce Cir.
Germantown, WI 53022
Monday – Friday: 9AM – 6PM
Saturday: 9AM – 4PM
Many special promotions are planned throughout the year. We welcome participants
at all of our events. Please feel free to contact us about getting involved.
Nickels for Nails
Help raise money to buy nails for the build
Make a difference through Nickels for Nails. Donating extra nickels (dimes, quarters, and dollars!) can make a life-altering difference for one deserving Habitat family.
Sign a Board
Is a fun way to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, donate valuable building materials and bless our Partner Families. Sign-a-board that will actually be used to frame walls in their New Habitat Home!
Golf Fore Homes
The annual Golf Fore Homes golf outing is held every June. Join us for a round of golf to help us build homes for those in need in our community.