Transform a House Into a Home with Habitat for Humanity ReStore
The Habitat ReStore is a nonprofit thrift store and donation center that exists to help local families build decent, affordable homes with Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County.
We sell new and gently used items at a fraction of their original cost. Here, families can find great deals on things such as appliances, furniture, building materials, electronics, and more. Every item comes from the community.
When you donate unwanted items to ReStore, you make a significant impact. Not only do you help those who buy your items, but you also help other families in Carroll County. Once your items are sold, the proceeds go back into the community and help Humanity for Humanity of Carroll County build brighter futures for your neighbors. Everyone wins!
More than Just a Thrift Store
How You Can Get Involved
Donate your unwanted home goods and building supplies to Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Donations are tax-deductible, and you’ll feel good knowing that you’ve made a difference in your community.
Looking to furnish your home? Find everything you need at Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Find everything for your home. From home decor to building supplies, you’ll find it all here at affordable prices.
Help Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County transform more lives. Volunteer your time and enjoy a rewarding experience. No matter your skill set or level of experience, you can make a difference.
Reduce. Reuse. ReStore.
In addition to helping local families in Carroll County, Habitat for Humanity ReStore also helps the environment through our extensive and intentional recycling programs.
Here’s how you can help us help the environment:
- Drop off clean paper
- Donate all of your unwanted metal appliances, furniture, doors, and more.
- Donate your running or non-running vehicles.
- Join our recycling volunteers
Receive a tax receipt for your contribution and know that you’re making a difference.
Find deals of 50% or more off of regular retail prices for everything in your home.
Proceeds from ReStore go directly back into the community and help preserve local Carroll County Habitat homes.
Buying from or donating to ReStore prevents items from heading to a landfill.