home improvement store and donation center

Give your stuff a new home.

DonateShop

840 LaPlaisance Road
(near Jones Avenue)
Monroe MI

Open to the public
Tuesday through Saturday
10am -5pm

clear clutter and make a difference

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ReStore your space

When you find yourself needing to get rid of the old to bring in the new – the ReStore is here to take your furniture, appliances, home supplies and more!

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ReStore the community

Funds raised through the ReStore help build Habitat homes in our community, providing affordable homeownership to a hard-working family in our backyard.

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ReStore the world

By reselling and recycling, Habitat ReStores prevent usable or recyclable items from being put in landfills.

The Habitat Monroe ReStore is more than just a typical retail store. They offer a unique variety of home merchandise, at an affordable price. Products are donated by the community, promoting a conscious effort to reduce waste and to give back to others. All of the ReStore’s profit goes directly back into Habitat’s fund to build affordable housing in Monroe County. 

here’s how it works

1

call

Call the ReStore at 734-243-1108 and tell us about your donation*

​*Please be aware that materials are accepted at staff discretion. Not all donations are accepted.

2

schedule pick up

The ReStore offers free donation pick ups in and around Monroe County, or you can drop your donation off at the ReStore during normal business hours.

3

feel good

Donating to the ReStore is a good deal for you, the community, and the environment.

we know you want to be good stewards of your stuff

That is why the Habitat ReStore has been accepting donations from homeowners and business owners in our community for over 10 years. On average, donations from people like you allow us to transfer $100,000 every year to the building of Habitat homes.

Part of the stress of home projects is knowing what to do with the stuff we are replacing. The ReStore is the stress-free solution. They come and pick up the items and take them off our hands! It is for a great cause too, I always feel good donating to the ReStore.

Mary Louise

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