FAQs

  • Is Habitat ReStore open to the public?

    Yes! We invite everyone to stop in and donate or shop at our Habitat ReStore.
    We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 9am-4pm.

  • Where does the merchandise come from?

    Donated merchandise arrives daily from local individuals and businesses.

  • How can I get involved?

    There are three main ways to get involved with Habitat ReStore: Shop, Volunteerand Donate!

  • How can my business get involved?

    Along with donations from individuals, donations from facility managers, contractors, and construction-based retailers are a component to the success of ReStore. Your business can also enjoy a half or full-day of volunteering with ReStore. We can host anywhere between 1 to 30 volunteers. Please visit our Group Volunteer Page to learn more.

  • I would like to drop off a donation. How do I do this?

    Bring your donations to the Habitat ReStore. We accept donations between 9am-3pm each day that Habitat ReStore is open (Tues-Sat). Our staff and volunteers are available to help you unload. Receipts for tax purposes are provided. Please visit our Donations Page for our guidelines of what donations we accept.

  • Can ReStore pick up my donations?

    Yes! If you have several items which are too large to fit in your personal vehicle – and the items are accepted by Habitat ReStore — we can schedule a pickup for you. Ready to go? Request a donation pick-up today by filling out the Donation Pick Up Request Form and one of our staff members will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

  • Are my donations tax deductible?

    In most instances, yes! For your donation, you will be provided a tax receipt to reference when preparing your taxes. Consult your tax advisor to determine your ability to make a tax deduction for your donation.

  • Does Habitat ReStore place a value on donations for tax purposes on donated items?

    No, the value is determined by you and your accountant or tax advisor. ReStore staff and volunteers cannot advise you on the value of your donation.

  • Are the prices of items negotiable?

    We make every effort to monitor the costs of similar products at retail stores and we typically offer our products for sale at a fraction of those prices. Therefore, since we believe that we are offering our shoppers a deep discount and value for their dollar, we do not negotiate. Income generated by ReStore contributes to the mission of Habitat for Humanity and helps to create homeownership opportunities for families in our community.

  • What types of payment do you accept at the ReStore?

    We gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, cash and checks.

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