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New ReStore grand opening

We are excited to announce the grand opening of our ReStore at its new location on Saturday, March 28th. Please join us from 10am- 5pm to see and shop in our beautiful new store with expanded showroom and merchandise.  Our new store is located in Waynesville at 331 Walnut Street. For those of you familiar with Waynesville, this is in Walnut Village shopping center next to Champion Credit Union.


We will continue to pick-up donations while the store is closed.

Please call 828-246-9135 to schedule your pick-up.



How do I make a donation?
You may drop your donation off at the ReStore during regular business hours.  We also pick donations up with our truck on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.  Call the ReStore 828.246.9135 to make an appointment for your pick-up.

What is the Habitat ReStore?
The Habitat ReStore is a retail sales operation with the mission of recycling, reusing and repurposing building materials and home furnishings. Some materials will be used directly in the construction of Habitat houses, but most will be offered for sale to the general public at attractive, less than retail prices.

How does a ReStore help Habitat’s Mission?

All of the monies raised by the ReStore are used to build houses for needy families within Haywood County.  Haywood Habitat is a nonprofit, Christian housing ministry dedicated to building decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need. Since 1990, Haywood Habitat has built 41 houses within Haywood County.

What are the benefits to the community?
Besides helping to fund houses for area families in need, the ReStore also . . .
  • Provides homeowners and contractors access to materials at low prices.
  • Diverts reusable materials that would ordinarily end up in landfills, saving valuable resources and avoiding the cost of disposal.
  • Offers meaningful volunteer opportunities for individual and groups interested in helping their community.

    The new ReStore will open on March 28, 2015, and  is located at 331 Walnut Street, Waynesville (in Walnut Village Shopping Center).


 




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