Volunteer (Former Employee) – Middleburg, FL – July 21, 2016
I had lots of fun volunteering for Habitat for humanity it was a pleasure to work with the other volunteers and with the staff members there I honestly have no complaints about it. The restore has plenty of kind people who are willing to help customers without any problems.
Key Holder (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – July 6, 2016
My actual great part of my day was my customers,co workers made my day also mostly the slow parts of day killed me bathroom always out of order so difficult to ask to go, management always promising raise but budget always an excuse
Sorter/Receiving (Former Employee) – Montrose, CO – July 4, 2016
Receiving donations, sorting them, cleaning them, pricing them, and then putting them out for sale. I learned that some people are very wasteful, but that helps those who are in need. Not so fond of the management. Some of my co-workers were awesome, hard working, and caring people. Not having what someone in need of really needs. Smiles on the faces of the customers, especially when they find what they need or a really good deal.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Chalfont, PA – June 29, 2016
Habitat for humanity taught me a lot of things.Iit taught me the importance of teamwork and good communication skills. I realized how much I love to help people and make sure each and every customer is satisfied.
During my tenure at Habitat for Humanity I had many tasks. I Collected data and History in the community of Joppa. I also worked with community members to learn about and create methods and innovation in their community, and evaluated properties.