840 LaPlaisance Road
(near Jones Avenue)
Monroe, MI 48161
Open to the public
Tuesday through Saturday
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Clear Clutter & Make A Difference
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!
ReStore The Community:
The funds raised through the ReStore help build Habitat homes in our community, providing affordable homeownership to a hard-working Monroe County families.
ReStore The World:
By reselling and recycling, Habitat ReStores are able to prevent usable or recyclable items from being put in landfills.
ReStore Policy: The Habitat Monroe ReStore provides our local communites with an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials in circulation while providing funds for Habitat’s mission. The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is to provide simple, decent, and affordable housing along with critical repairs and veteran ramps to those below 80% of the median income. Money (proceeds) raised by our ReStore sales (profits) are the single largest revenue stream used to fund the Habitat mission. Our ReStore is open to the general public. Merchandise such as furniture, home decor, and building supplies are donated by homeowners and businesses in the community. We receive new and used merchandise daily and sell it at a fraction of the retail price. A few products in the ReStore are purchased by Habitat and resold at a mark-up.
As the ReStore is Habitat’s largest revenue generator of mission funding, strict pricing guidelines are followed. Donated products are typically priced at 50% of the retail value (depending on condition). This is our starting point. If products do not sell, they are typically reduced by 25% every month up to a 75% reduction. All purchased products are exempt to the markdown policy. The ReStore is open to, and attracts shoppers, from all income levels. Just like any other store, we have many products at many different price levels (not everyone purchases a Lincoln or a Cadillac, some purchase a Ford or a Chevy). If a customer feels the price is higher than they want to pay, they can wait until it gets marked down as long as someone else does not purchase it. Because of these policies, and remaining fair to all customers, we have a strict no bargaining policy.
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Habitat Monroe’s New Year, New Homes, New Hope Survey Challenge gives everyone the opportunity to raise $150 without spending a penny!
Let’s all give a cheerful welcome to our new Director of Fund Development, Erin Steel!
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