News & Events
UPDATED MAY 25, 2021
Dear Habitat Capital Region community,
Since day one of this pandemic, Habitat for Humanity Capital Region’s priority has been the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, partners, and the people in the communities we serve. In keeping with CDC and MIOSHA guidelines, our COVID-19 mitigation efforts are now able to be reduced due to increased vaccination rates and lower infection rates nationwide and in our local community.
We are so grateful to see this pandemic coming to a close due to the hard work and sacrifices of so many people over the last 15 months to keep our communities safe. Thank you for your understanding as we move forward to keep our communities healthy and safe.
With sincerest gratitude,
President & CEO
The ReStore is OPEN!
Please follow all safety measures as posted at the stores including wearing a mask over your nose and mouth if you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
We are still accepting donations during store hours and our free donation pickup service is available for large items that won't fit in your vehicle - please schedule a pickup online.
You can also browse our inventory online through the Habitat for Humanity Capital Region – Restore Facebook page, purchase and pay by phone (517-575-8152) during store hours (Tuesday-Friday from 9-6 and Saturday from 10-3).
As of June 1, 2021, the administrative office is open to the public. When visiting to the office, you must wear a mask over your nose and mouth if you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and all guests must complete a health screening.
Please call (517) 374-1313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to schedule an appointment.
Our small but mighty construction team is working to continue providing essential services to people in need of critical home repairs, accessibility ramps, or a safe, decent, affordable place to live. They are applying stringent COVID-19 prevention safety measures to maintain a healthy work environment.
Virtual and in-person volunteering opportunities are available! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, you can sign up to attend a virtual volunteer orientation here.
Like many Michiganders, many of our homeowners and partner families have been affected directly and indirectly by the pandemic. We are helping to connect them to resources in the community for assistance during this unprecedented time.
Please keep them all in your prayers.
Now, more than ever, we need your support to build a world where everyone has a safe and healthy place to call home. Donate today.