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Check out the Twin Cities Habitat Volunteer Store

Jared Laabs
Posted by Jared Laabs on 10:49 AM on January 28, 2020

We love our volunteers here at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity and are always working hard to figure out new and creative ways to thank them. That's why we created the Twin Cities Habitat volunteer store.

Our online volunteer store includes items such as hats, light jackets, hoodies, tool bags, water bottles, socks, and more. The best part is that you can pay for the items using points you’ve earned by volunteering with Twin Cities Habitat.

Habitat lunch bag Habitat canteen water bottles Green Habitat jacket
2,500 Points  2,000 Points  1,000 Points

Only official Habitat volunteers can access this store. Every time you check in as a volunteer with Twin Cities Habitat, you gain points. All points are tallied in our volunteer management system and are updated on a monthly basis, and you can see your total anytime when you login. 

Here’s how it works:

  1. SIGN UP to volunteer with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

  2. Show up to your volunteer day and check in (points are earned each time you check in)

  3. Go to the Official Volunteer Store, log in, and redeem your points for Habitat gear

Keep in mind, the more points you earn, the more redeeming power you have in the store. If you find something worth more points than you have, there is an option to pay the remaining balance after your points are redeemed.

Ready to check it out?

(Remember, only official Habitat volunteers can access this store. If you have volunteered with us, please check your email regularly for login instructions.)

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If you have questions about the points system or online store, please contact volunteer@tchabitat.org or 612-305-7114.

Tags: Volunteer Spotlight, News and Events, 2020

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