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Shopping at Your Local Habitat ReStore

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Habitat for Humanity of Wake County

Spring is here, somewhere, and if you’re ready to design a new look for your home or office here are a couple of ways that may benefit you and help your local community. Redesigning on a budget is key and while there are many options to choose from, don’t forget to shop at your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore. At the Habitat ReStore you’re able to purchase merchandise such as building supplies and materials, furnishings, and appliances. But that’s not all. You can also donate your used cabinets, doors, and furniture to be sold at discounted prices. And remember, proceeds from sales are used to support the Habitat’s mission of building affordable housing for families. Not to mention how this helps to save our landfills. At the Habitat for Humanity of Wake County ReStore merchandise changes daily because items are sold on a first come first serve basis and new merchandise comes in every day.
While the Habitat ReStore is a great place to shop it’s also a great place to donate your used merchandise. The ReStore provides pick-up services or the merchandise can be drop-off at their location and they provide assistance with offloading. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, Habitat ReStore has a Deconstruction Program which provides services for a full house deconstruction or simply removing cabinets from your kitchen or bathroom.
Habitat for Humanity of Wake County currently has two locations for your shopping, donating, and volunteering needs. The Raleigh ReStore is located at 2420 N Raleigh Blvd and can be reached at 919-833-6768 or . The Cary ReStore is located at 181 High House Rd and can be reached at 919-380-7512 or . Good news Wake County!!! The Habitat ReStore will be opening a new location in Apex, NC. The Apex Habitat ReStore is schedule to open in July and will have the same mission; to provide funding to support building safe and affordable housing to low-income families in Wake County. And don’t forget, Habitat for Humanity Volunteers are always needed. Happy shopping!!