Ways to Volunteer With Us

Highlighted Positions are those we are currently recruiting for. Not recruiting for your position of interest? Apply and we will notify you when recruitment begins for your interests.

The icons let you know suitability for each role:

Individual/Youth 16+/Co-Op/Placement/Group

Individual Volunteer Opportunities



Location: (Burlington/Mississauga/Milton)

Looking to give back without having to step onto a build site? Why not volunteer in one of our ReStores instead! Our ReStores are retail outlets open to the public that sell 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!

ReStore Positions (click position for details)


ReVive Centre


Location: (Mississauga ONLY)

Do you want to roll up your sleeves and flex your creative muscles? Would you like to upcycle products and transform them into works of art? The ReVive Centre offers volunteers a unique space to putter around and see what they can build from donated products and materials.

ReVive Positions (click position for details)

Home and Kitchen Deconstruction


Location: (Burlington, Milton, Mississauga & Oakville)

Are you handy with tools and have some construction or renovation experience? Our deconstruction team may have a volunteer role for you. This hands-on team goes into donors' homes to carefully dismantle and remove entire kitchens, doors, bathroom fixtures, and major appliances, to sell in our ReStores. If you enjoy physical work, plumbing, have electrical knowledge or a willingness to learn something new, this could be an exciting opportunity for you!

Deconstruction Team Positions (click position for details)


Youth Volunteer Opportunities

 A minimum commitment of 40 hours is required prior to an official letter being issued.

1) Co-op Placements

Suitable opportunities are listed in Individual Volunteer Opportunities indicated with 

For more information on current co-op placements and to apply, contact Brad Bruder at:

Call (905)-637-4446 ext. 225

3) Post Secondary Placements (College/University)

Looking for some hands-on industry experience to add to your resume? Look no further! We have some excellent opportunities for you to both showcase your skills and learn new ones to help you land that dream job.



2) Group Volunteering (16+) 

For safety reasons, you must be 16 or older to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga. Suitable positions are listed in Individual Volunteer Opportunities with
Contact Team Experiences at:

CALL (905)-637-4446 ext. 226

Community Partnership Opportunities

HFHHM is proud to work with local Community Organizations to support individuals that may be facing developmental and/or physical challenges. We work with your team of professionals to help find engaging volunteer opportunities whenever possible for individuals/small groups working alongside support workers.

If you are associated with a social service partner or support person and wish to volunteer or have a client volunteer, DO NOT complete the application process. Instead, contact Volunteer Coordinator to discuss in more detail:

Call 905-637-4446 x226

Appointed Community Hours Opportunities

We partner with numerous community organizations that support individuals facing volunteer hours that have been appointed by court orders, diversion programs, and/or probationary agreements.

A minimum of 40 hours commitment is required.

Determining suitability of acceptance into our volunteer program will be done on an individual basis. 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator to discuss in more detail:

Call 905-637-4446 x226

Group Volunteer Opportunities

Team Experiences

Whether you're a corporate team or a bunch of friends looking to give back, Habitat offers unique opportunities for groups like you. Our team experience programs are by far our most popular program for groups of over 5 people. Click the button below to learn more about participating in a Team Experience and to see what other options are available for your group.


Board of Directors Opportunities

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.

The Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga Governance Board of Directors is comprised of industry leaders and encompasses representation from each area of our affiliate region.

Our members bring expertise in the industries of engineering, sociology, accountancy, human resources, law, real estate, business strategies & marketing to name a few.

If you are interested in learning more about getting involved at the Board of Director level with us, please contact John Gerrard: