Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity ReStores
Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity operates two ReStores – one in Asheville and one in Weaverville. The stores sell mostly donated home goods and building supplies at affordable prices to the general public, diverting more than 2,200 tons of material from the landfill each year. Proceeds from sales help fund Asheville Habitat’s building programs and help cover administrative and fundraising expenses. Along with Habitat homeowner mortgage payments, the ReStore is a sustainable funding source for the organization.Services: Art Galleries, Crafts, Furniture & Home Furnishings, Building Trades, Construction, Home, Garden, Appliances, Electronics
The Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Asheville and Weaverville provide funding for Asheville Habitat’s building and repair programs. The effect of ReStores on local communities is far-reaching and encompasses environmental, economic, and social impacts. Thousands of usable items are diverted from local landfills annually and given a second lease on life when they are donated to the ReStores and then sold to the general public. ReStores provide the community with an affordable source of home goods and building supplies. Hundreds of people find purpose, friendship, and fun volunteering at the ReStores. Area non-profits benefit from the generosity of shoppers who “round up” at the registers. In 2021, more than $25,000 was donated to 13 agencies.
Whether you shop, donate, volunteer, or hire our Deconstruction team, you help more of our neighbors improve their housing situation when you support the Asheville Habitat ReStores.