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Now Hiring: Clinton County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Clinton County Habitat for Humanity is currently seeking individuals to fill several, part-time openings in its Restore facility operations located at 1032 West Main Street in Wilmington.

The ReStore accepts donations of new and reusable home improvement building materials and home goods for resale to the public.  These positions are involved in the collection, inventory, pricing and sales of these products.  Working directly with habitat staff, volunteers and the general public, successful applicants need to be organized, flexible, self-motivated, safety-conscious and committed to the Habitat mission.

Requires previous experience with Microsoft Word and Excel in a business setting. Previous experience in retail, customer service, inventory control and cash management preferred.

Prior supervisory experience a plus.

Store hours are Wednesdays from 4:30-7:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Additional work hours may be required.  Interested candidates should forward their information including salary requirements to: 

Ed Blohm
Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 403
Wilmington, Ohio 45177

Or email to efb5274@gmail.com.

Clinton County Habitat for Humanity celebrated their second home dedication

The volunteers with Clinton County Habitat for Humanity celebrated their second home dedication last Saturday, December 6. Jaime and Brandon Wipperman, along with their 18 month old daughter Zoey, gratefully accepted the group’s support and recognition of their journey to a brand new home. The Wipperman home is located in Wilmington and was started in  … Read more

34th Habitat family welcomed home

Habitat of Clinton County dedicated its 34th home on Saturday October 22. Donovan Butler and Stephanie Oberlin were grateful for the work and volunteers that made their new home in Wilmington a reality. A gathering of Butler-Oberlin family and the Habitat group celebrated the work, shared the experience of this journey and wished the couple  … Read more

Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers

Clinton County Habitat for Humanity desperately needs volunteers. This summer the group has taken a big leap of faith and is building two homes in Wilmington. There is a small group of dedicated and skilled volunteers, but extra hands, inexperienced or skilled, are required. Some community minded businesses like Alkermes, and also, the juvenile community  … Read more

Alkermes assists with Habitat project

“This means so much to me and my family, thank-you.” Said a humble but, appreciative Brandon Wipperman to the assembled group of Alkermes employees early Friday morning May 20. They had come to frame his Habitat for Humanity home on the corner of Vine and Howard Streets in Wilmington. “This is unprecedented. It is the  … Read more

“Bless all who enter”

The volunteer builder crew for Clinton County Habitat for Humanity has a tradition of scribbling messages and blessings on the framework of a home. Last week, “Bless all who enter” appeared on the doorway of Donovan Butler’s new home being built on Paris Avenue. “The first time I saw that, it choked me up,” confessed  … Read more

Peoples Bank partners with Habitat

Wilmington News Journal
The Peoples Bancorp Foundation, a non-profit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, recently partnered with Clinton County Habitat for Humanity (HFH) in Wilmington and donated $5,000 toward the future construction of two homes. “Clinton County HFH is truly building success in our local community. We couldn’t be more proud to support  … Read more

Habitat for Humanity Golf Outing Generates Funds to Help Build Homes

The Wilmington Savings Bank team consisting of Tom Burns, Bob Schaad, Jake Dehart, and Dave Wagenseller won the 20th annual Habitat for Humanity golf outing held July 31 at the Majestic Springs Golf Course. Proceeds from the tournament will go to purchase construction materials to build homes in Clinton County. More than 200 businesses and  … Read more