ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores that directly support local Habitat for Humanity efforts. All ReStores are open to the public, so anyone can shop from our inventory of new and gently used goods, at a fraction of the retail price. ReStores accept donated material from building contractors, manufacturers, and the general public. There are more than 50 ReStore locations across Michigan, all of which support their local Habitat affiliate.
ReStore serves as a community support system. Sales from donated materials are used to help more families in your neighborhood. Learn how ReStores are benefiting communities across Michigan.
Helping the Environment
By repurposing gently used goods, we are helping to keep waste out of local landfills.
Keep money in your pocket by purchasing gently used home improvement goods.
ReStores strengthen local communities by encouraging charity and volunteer work.
By donating your household goods, you are contributing to revenue generation for your local Habitat and assisting Habitat in helping people in your local community obtain safe and affordable housing. Nearly any furniture, household item, building or remodeling material that's in good shape can be recycled. Check with your local ReStore to see what items they accept.
When you shop at a Habitat ReStore, you're not just finding incredible deals—you're actively supporting Habitat's mission of ensuring everyone has a safe, affordable, decent place to call home. The revenue generated from your purchases at your local ReStore stays right in your community, directly fueling Habitat's initiatives to build and improve homes for those in need. Every item you find is more than just a purchase; it's a contribution toward building brighter futures and stronger communities, ensuring that everyone has a chance at safe and affordable housing.
Volunteering with the ReStore is a simple way that you can support your local Habitat affiliate. Volunteers may be needed for prepping items, stocking shelves, assisting customers, loading trucks, picking up donated material and more. Check with your local Restore to learn about their volunteer needs.