The Habitat for Humanity ReStore sells quality new and gently used furniture, appliances, and building materials at deep discounts. Proceeds enable Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut to build more homes in partnership with families in need.
In addition the ReStore is helping to protect the environment by reducing the amount of usable items that would have otherwise going into landfills and the energy it takes for disposal.
Click Here to see a video about the Habitat for Humanity ReStore
To request a donation pick up click hereTo see a few of our items on Craigs List, click here.
Stock changes daily so shop often. All items are sold "as is".
To view a list of a few of the items for sale at the Waterford or Plainfield ReStore click this link.
To view a list of the items for sale at the Plainfield and Waterford ReStore's on , visit this link.
Recycle Your Unneeded Materials - The Habitat for Humanity ReStore can sell your donated items and the proceeds will help build homes with families in need. We accept donations of new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials and fixtures in 100% working condition from business closeouts, contractors, builders, remodeling jobs and individuals.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore needs your help to
Volunteers are accepted any time that the ReStore is open. All volunteers are asked to view the online training and orientation prior to volunteering, which can be found here.
For those of you who have already volunteered - Thank you for supporting Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut. Because of your support, we are making a difference in our community! We are always striving to provide rewarding volunteer experiences. We would greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to complete a survey about your experience.
To view and entire list of ReStore Locations in Connecticut click read more
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut will be closed November 26th and November 27th.
The construction site will also be closed November 28th
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut will be closed December 25th through January 2nd.