what is a Habitat ReStore?
Habitat for Humanity ReStores accept donations of new and gently used home improvement items from individuals and businesses. We sell those items to the public, the proceeds are then used to build affordable homes in the Orlando area and Osceola County.
what is Habitat for Humanity?
why are you closing?
Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County has made the difficult decision to close both of our ReStores in order to focus solely on our mission to build homes, communities, and hope here in Greater Orlando and Osceola County.
are all ReStores closing?
No, only the two ReStores operated by Habitat Greater Orlando & Osceola County will be closing by January 31, 2019. Click here to find your local ReStore.
are the ReStores open to the public?
Yes! The Orlando & Osceola ReStores are open to the public and everyone is welcome to shop.
what will I find at the Orlando & Osceola ReStores?
Our ReStores carry everything from furniture to building materials! Though our inventory depends on what donations we receive, you can generally expect to find new and used items. Inventory does change quickly, so make sure to shop often. Follow us on Facebook to see new arrivals! Click here for a complete list of items you can expect to find at the Orlando & Osceola ReStores.
can I donate a car? how about my boat and RV and construction equipment?
Yes! We accept all types of vehicles. Habitat for Humanity International makes the process simple and straightforward. To get started today, call 1-800-277-4344 or go to carsforhomes.org.
how can my company get involved?
For businesses, donating to the Orlando & Osceola ReStores are a great way to move discontinued or excess stock, while showing your customers that you care about the environment and your community. Our free donation pickup will save you time and money.
what is your return policy?
All sales are final.