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Work at the ReStore

Work at the ReStore

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The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a thrift store operated to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity of Bulloch County. Opened in 1996 as the Habitat Home Shop,the store has generated more than $400,000 in sales to help build affordable homes. To celebrate the store's 10th anniversary, in August 2006, it was renamed the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, joining other affiliates nationwide in using the ReStore name.
The goal is to provide good qualify used and new furniture, appliances and household goods to the public for a reasonable price. The ReStore benefits the community by promoting recycling and providing people with affordable, quality necessities.
The ReStore is open Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and is located at 37 East Cherry, just off South Main Street. (See Map).
The ReStore accepts donations of these items from the public, including individuals and businesses. Donations may be dropped off at the shop, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or weekdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. by appointment. Saturday pickups are available for large items, or large quantities of items, if the donor cannot bring them to the shop.

Items accepted

We welcome donations from individuals and businesses, including leftover building materials, scratch-and-dent items, discontinued products, items replaced or removed during remodeling or demolition, extra furniture, yard sale leftovers and more.

  • Cabinets
  • Light fixtures
  • Furniture
  • Large Appliances
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Screens
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Usable Paint
  • Books
  • CDs and Tapes
  • Children's Toys
  • Kitchen Items
  • Linens
  • Floor Coverings
  • Fabric and Craft Supplies
  • Small appliances
  • Computers
  • Hardware
  • Electrical and Plumbing Supplies
  • Sports Equipment

The ReStore cannot accept: clothing, heavily soiled furniture or mattresses, or broken appliances. Store staff may decline donations if they feel the items are not saleable, or could pose a risk to staff or buyers. Items for pickup should be dis-assembled and ready to load, with the exception of items such as beds, which can be dis-assembled without tools.

Project Details

Impact Area(s): Community Enrichment, Family Services: General, Poverty, Renovation, Revitalization and Repair
Tags: Donation Sorting, Habitat for Humanity, Hands On Ogeechee, Homelessness, poverty, recycle
Start Date: 4 October, 2007
End Date: 30 June, 2007
Location: Statesboro, Georgia (30458)

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Total hours: 0
Approved hours: 0
Certified hours: 0

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