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ReStore: Building the Story of Home


It’s the story of kids playing in their own yard while mom or dad cook in their own kitchen. It’s the story of everyday security and dreams for the future. It’s the story of an affordable home a family built themselves with help from Habitat for Humanity, volunteers and neighbors like you.

That is what ReStore helps Habitat achieve: families building the story of their home on a foundation of strength, stability and self-reliance. 

What is ReStore?

Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used household items.

All merchandise is donated (by people like you!), diverting used materials from landfills while giving them a second life.

From vintage finds to nearly-new essentials, shoppers find an ever-changing selection of reusable building materials, appliances, new and gently used furniture, and home accessories priced at a fraction of retail prices… a dream come true for bargain shoppers, DIYers, and treasure hunters!

When shop, donate or volunteer with Habitat ReStore, you help Honolulu Habitat partner with families on Oahu to build the story of home. 

Furthermore, your support expands throughout our community as more families achieve strength and stability through shelter. Check out the graphic below to see the whole story.

All things ReStore in the month of August!

Throughout the month of August we’ll dive deeper into exactly how ReStore helps build the story of home for families on Oahu. 

You’ll find tips for shopping and DIY-ing (is that a word?), special sale announcements, guidelines for what/how to donate items to ReStore and a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life at ReStore. Oh! And don’t forget to follow our stories on social media for the ReStore Rare Find of the Day (you’ll be glad you did).

Do you have items from Honolulu ReStore in your home?? We’d love to see ‘em! Snap a picture of your ReStore find and share to Facebook or Instagram with the tag #MyReStory!

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