Monday thru Friday, 9am – 5pm
Saturday, 9am- 4pm
Seniors and veterans receive 10% off EVERYDAY!
ReStore is GAHH’s retail store that sells donated new and used building materials and household items to the public. GAHH is one of over 300 Habitat for Humanity affiliates throughout the country that has a ReStore. Proceeds from the sale of materials help support the mission of Habitat for Humanity. ReStore provides an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials out of the landfill and offers a source of discounted, construction materials to all homeowners. GAHH also builds with materials from the ReStore, thereby reducing the cost of construction. The number of homes habitat is able to build each year is determined by ReStore revenue, fundraising and volunteer participation. ReStore is open to the general public.
GAHH ReStore opened its doors on May 22, 2003 as a way to build sustainable funding to help support our programs. On October 8, 2005 we added furnishings to our product line.
Watch this video about ReStore from Steve Thomas of This Old House
We gladly accept your new and lightly used tax deductible donations at any time throughout the year. We accept furniture, building materials, appliances, tools, lawn equipment, and many other items. All items must be in working order and in reusable condition. Appliances cannot be over 10 years old. Furniture must be clean, unstained and structurally sound, without rips, tears, animal hair, smoke, or water damage. We are not able to accept paint, hazardous materials, chemicals or mattresses. For large items you call and leave a message for our dispatcher (505-265-0057 x103) and we will be happy to help pick up your large items!
Monday thru Friday, 9am – 3pm
Saturday, 9am- 2pm
Schedule a pick up for large item donations by calling 265-0057 x 103
Click here to find out becoming a ReStore volunteer or to apply for Community Service (minor cases only).
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