About Us


Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver owns and operates four local ReStores, which are home improvement thrift stores that provide valuable funding for Habitat’s Homeownership Programs.  

Habitat ReStores accept donations of materials from local residents and businesses—like furniture, appliances, cabinetry and various home improvement items—and sell these products back to the public at a significant discount. 

All net proceeds from the ReStores help Habitat for Humanity build more homes and serve more families in our community.

There are many ways to get involved with our local ReStores, including shopping, donating materials or volunteering.  Learn more below!


Shop

  • Find great deals on discounted home improvement items at one of our stores in Denver, Wheat Ridge, Littleton or Aurora… or shop from the comfort of your own home at our new online store!
  • Habitat ReStores are a great community resource for residents who are seeking low-cost alternatives for home building and home renovation. 
  • You never know what you might find at a ReStore! Common items found include furniture, appliances, cabinetry, tools, windows, doors, tiles and much more.


Donate

  • Donate your new or gently used home improvement materials to the Habitat ReStores and enjoy a tax deduction, provide our community with a source of low-cost home improvement materials, and help reduce materials going into landfills. We accept drop-off donations at all four locations, and we also provide a large-item pickup service for a small fee. Learn more.


Volunteering, Jobs Training, and Workforce Development

  • Volunteers complete more than 50,000 hours of service each year at the Habitat ReStores in nearly every capacity in the stores, including merchandising, organizing and customer service, as well as helping with our donations pick-up service.
  • Habitat’s ReStores partner with Offices of Economic Development, Goodwill, Youth Service Programs, Ability Specialists and Transition Services to provide internships and jobs skills training opportunities for youth, at-risk and disabled individuals at the stores.