Habitat ReStores

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RESTORES GENERATE
MUCH NEEDED
FUNDS

Donate your goods or get yourself a bargain.  Helping a family in need hasn't been easier.


Habitat for Humanity ReStores are second hand stores that accept and resell new and gently used items. All sales generate funds to support Habitat's building programs, while reducing the amount of used materials in overflowing landfills. It’s a good deal! For you, the community and the environment.

A wide range of items for a fraction of the retail price

Every ReStore is different, offering a unique shopping experience. The inventory is always changing, as new items are donated by local residents and businesses daily. Customers can expect to find items such as furniture, clothing, toys, kitchenware, books, appliances, building materials, tools and many more.
 

We welcome new and gently used items from residents and businesses

Donations are accepted daily at any one of our ten ReStores across the country, so instead of throwing your unused good, call your local ReStore to find out if your materials can be used somewhere else.
 

We pick up and deliver

If you are unable to transport your items, the ReStore will arrange a time to transport the items up directly from or to your home free of charge (area limits apply). Contact your local ReStore for more information.
 

Volunteer at the ReStore

Volunteers are an integral part of our ReStore’s success. Consider volunteering at your local ReStore, and help fund building in your local community. Visit our Volunteer Page or contact your local ReStore - see list below.
 

ABOUT HABITAT

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation that works in partnership with people of goodwill and families in housing need, to eliminate sub-standard housing.

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HABITAT RESTORES

Donate your goods or get yourself a bargain. Habitat for Humanity NZ has eleven ReStores nationwide. 

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CONTACT HABITAT

We have offices nationwide. Contact the affiliate
near you by visiting their page.



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