A ReStore accepts donations of new and used building materials and quality furniture from individuals, retailers and contractors, and then sells them to the general public at deeply discounted prices. Sales proceeds help fund the affiliate’s work in McHenry County. Read more……..
The Habitat McHenry ReStore:
Accepts donations of new and gently-used building materials and household goods.
Sells those items to the public at a fraction of the retail price.
Uses the proceeds to achieve Habitat’s mission to build homes, communities, and hope.
Diverts reusable materials from local landfills.
Does it all with the help of volunteers!
The Woodstock ReStore needs YOU to donate, shop, and volunteer! Please contact us for more information.
Donate: All ReStore merchandise is donated by businesses and individuals like you. We are currently accepting items for donation– Have items you’d like to donate? Contact us to request a pick up for large items or to learn more.
Shop: ReStores are open to the public. You can purchase a variety of quality new and reclaimed building materials, pre-owned appliances and furniture, and more – all at a fraction of retail prices.
Volunteer: Have fun and participate in operating our store. We have plenty of activities for both individuals and groups. To sign up or to learn more about volunteering at ReStore, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Alyssa, at email@example.com or (815) 759-9002 ext. 106.
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Corporate donations of materials
Would your company like to donate a large quantity of building materials, furniture, appliances or other items to the ReStore?
Please contact us, we can help arrange large one-time donations or develop ongoing partnerships.
Good for the environment; good for the community
In addition to raising funds for Habitat’s local mission, the Woodstock ReStore will provide an environmentally- and socially-responsible way to keep good, reusable materials out of landfills.