This Habitat for Humanity ReStore has been proudly owned and operated since 2011 by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston, Inc. to serve our mission of building homes, communities and hope. At the ReStore, our staff and volunteers happily accept donations of new and gently used items. We sell those items to treasure hunters and bargain shoppers alike to raise money for our mission of eliminating substandard housing. The ReStore provides a more affordable avenue for home improvement projects, all while keeping tons of perfectly good items from ending up in the landfill.

 

History of the ReStore Concept

The Habitat ReStore concept started when Habitat affiliates began to receive donations of building materials and household goods that donors thought could be used in Habitat homes. Though the generosity was greatly appreciated, it proved impractical to redesign blueprints to fit the dimension of specific doors, windows and cabinet sets that had been donated. Instead, Habitat affiliates began selling these donated items to the public and using the proceeds to cover costs of building homes. Currently, there are nearly 800 Habitat ReStores in the United States and Canada.

Location & Hours

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Closed
Closed
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm

Contact Us

Call us anytime at (617) 327-1170 and we will gladly speak with you.
Email us at ReStore@habitatboston.org

Community Impact

At Habitat Greater Boston, we are proud to support a strong community by building homes for families in need and working to eliminate poverty. Since 1987, we have served more than 100 families. Proceeds from the ReStore will help us to serve many more.

Every donation that comes through our door is a promise to our partner families. With help from our donors, volunteers and shoppers, we can promise our families that they can have access to simple, decent, affordable housing in a happier, healthier, greener world. Our donors recycle, our shoppers reuse, and the landfills aren’t overflowing with durable, nonperishable materials… all in support of Habitat’s mission.