Now, more than ever before, our highest priority is the health and safety of our entire Habitat community.
Learn more about our coronavirus (COVID-19) response.

Ahora, más que nunca, nuestra máxima prioridad es la salud y la seguridad de toda nuestra comunidad de Hábitat.
Obtenga más información sobre nuestra respuesta de coronavirus (COVID-19).

About ReStore

ReUse. ReNew. ReStore. Transforming Communities.

About ReStore

Habitat for Humanity ReStore sells new and gently-used building materials and home improvement products to the community at discounted prices. ReStore proceeds go to Habitat Kent to help build homes for qualified Habitat homebuyers.

Renovating your house? Replacing an appliance? Reupholstering a chair? Reusing old materials in creative ways? Shop ReStore. You never know what you’ll find in ReStore’s constantly changing inventory.

ReStore sells low-cost building materials and home improvement products to the community to help fund Habitat’s mission. When you shop at ReStore, every purchase helps to build more affordable homes for families in Kent County.

Retail with a mission

How restore is making a difference
for our local families.

Since 2004 our ReStores have generated over $1 million for Habitat Kent – that’s enough to build 9 homes!

Products are sold to the general public at prices 50-70% below average retail costs.

ReStore products may be used in the construction of Habitat homes to reduce material costs.

Because of ReStore donations in Kent County, we’ve diverted nearly 8 million pounds from the landfill.

We welcome the following items for donation:

WE ACCEPT:

Appliances (working or not), Cabinets, Doors, Tile, Electrical Supplies, Fasteners, Furniture, Hardware, Housewares, Lighting, Lumber, Plumbing Supplies, Tools, Upholstery, Wallpaper, Windows, Electronics: working or not

Unfortunately, at this time we do not accept: Broken Furniture, Dishwashers, Any kind of paint, Broken Glass, Office partitions, Used Carpeting, TVs/CRT Monitors, Tires, Children’s toys or infant items, Clothing/Linens, Curtains, Entertainment Centers, Old Style Tube TVs, Single-paned windows (expect antique wood framed or rolled glass)

*Each tax-deductible donation funds the construction of a Habitat for Humanity home. ReStore depends on the generosity of homeowners, contractors and businesses for donations of new or gently used items. Donations can be dropped off during regular store hours; free pick up service is offered for large donations.

ReStore Making An Impact

8

million pounds of waste diverted from the landfill

13

million dollars to support Habitat Kent’s mission

80

houses ReStore customers and donors have helped build

13,000

hours volunteered at ReStore

Volunteer

Help a family build a home without even picking up a hammer.

ReStore relies on volunteers to help with customer service, sorting inventory, cleaning merchandise and picking up donations. Whether it’s an entire day or a few hours, one person or a large group, ReStore is a better place when volunteers are helping us support affordable housing efforts.

Give back beyond the home

ReStore Frequently Asked Questions…

ReStore accepts new and gently used building materials and home improvement supplies.
That can be anything from lumber and tools to doors and windows to furniture to appliances, so long as the donation is clean and functional. This includes:

Appliances
Cabinets
Doors
Electrical Supplies
Fasteners
Furniture
Hardware
Housewares
Lighting
Lumber
Plumbing Supplies
Tile
Tools
Upholstery
Wallpaper
Windows

Donations are sold to shoppers at discounted prices—typically 50-75% below retail value. Proceeds fund Habitat home builds for families across Kent County.

Yes, ReStore can send a truck to pick up larger items. To schedule a pick-up, call (616)-202-7305.

YOU can! ReStore is open to the public: come one, come all!

ReStore does not offer a delivery service, but purchased items can be held at the store for up to five business days while you arrange transportation.

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