A good deal for you, your community, and the environment.

The Habitat ReStore raises funds to support Habitat’s mission of building simple, decent housing for low-income families through the sale of donated or excess building supplies . It provides another public face of Habitat for Humanity while serving as a resource for residents of our community to find lower-cost used, new or overstocked building materials donated by manufacturers, retail outlets, contractors and individuals.



With our constantly changing inventory, prices well below retail, frequent markdowns and one-of-a-kind items, you’re sure to find something you just can’t live without. Make sure to stop by often. If you miss a day, you just might miss a deal! Sign our Guestbook



Our ReStore has many opportunities for volunteers to support our mission. They include working as a cashier, taking in and processing merchandise, stocking shelves, general customer service, and helping out with promotions such as social media or working at special events. We are also in need of volunteers to assist the driver in picking up and unloading donations or those with special skills who can repair or refurbish damaged donations. We appreciate any commitment you can make. To volunteer please call the ReStore @ (315) 785-0308.



                                              (Donations accepted Mon-Sat 9-5)
Remodeling, cleaning out, downsizing or just getting organized? Consider donating your excess household goods and building materials to the Habitat ReStore. You’ll get the satisfaction of knowing your donations helped support local families — and didn’t end up in the landfill. And all of your donations are tax-deductible.

For businesses, donating to the ReStore is a great way to move discontinued or excess stock, deal with gently used returns, and show your customers that you care about the environment and your community. Plus, we’ll pick up your donated goods which saves you time and money. More on Donations



To get the ReStore up and running we have received financial help from the following local agencies- United Way of Northern New York, Northern New York Community Foundation (via grants), Carthage Federal Savings, Watertown Savings & Trust, and Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency.