Loicemene and Jean
Hometown: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Louicemene and Jean have been a huge help in our East Naples ReStore, helping to clean and process merchandise as part of their process to become Habitat homeowners.
Did you know that every prospective Habitat homeowner puts in 500 hours of “sweat equity” as part of their journey to homeownership? Those hours are logged helping to build their homes and those of their neighbors on […]
Hometown: Naples, Florida
“I am going into my junior year at Palmetto Ridge High School and I’m volunteering at the ReStore in order to earn hours towards my Bright Futures scholarship. I also want to gain more experience with a nonprofit organization. I like that I am learning to better communicate with people and help out customers. ”
“I just graduated from Golden Gate High School and I am volunteering with the ReStore because I like to help people. I enjoy working at the ReStore and interacting with friendly customers. I also like to organize and clean furniture because it makes the customers happy. I am glad to be working with such great staff who have become my friends.”
Hometown: Mays Landing, NJ
“I am volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in the Logistics department to complete my school internship requirements at Florida Gulf Coast University. I am a senior majoring in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. I like volunteering with Habitat because I get to work friendly staff and other volunteers while helping out with social media, logistics and donations.”
Hometown: Seymour, CT
“I like volunteering for the ReStore because I get to meet interesting customers and help them find what they need. I am working for a good cause with employees and other volunteers who are very helpful and friendly. I also get to watch homes be built for deserving applicants.”
Hometown: Asheville, North Carolina.
“Feels good to help others!”
Hometown: Naples, Florida.
“Everyone is very welcoming and devoted to what they do. It also helps me get out and do something that benefits the community in a positive way!”