Please read our COVID-19 IMPORTANT UPDATE for more information about our ReStores.
Habitat Niagara's Restores are home improvement stores which sell new and gently used furniture, home accessories, kitchens, appliances, building materials, and much more for a fraction of the retail price, plus you never pay the HST. Whether you're looking to renovate your kitchen or bathroom, re-furnish your living room, or fix up your basement, the ReStore should be your first stop!
Habitat for Humanity ReStores play an integral part in Habitat's mission, bringing financial support for our work.
Every purchase creates the opportunity for a better life. Every donation helps a family build a decent and affordable home. Every visit is a new adventure.
These Habitat for Humanity ReStores are proudly owned and operated by Habitat Niagara. Your donations and purchases help homeowners achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves and their families.
2499 Highway 20, Fonthill ,
ON L0S 1E6
184 South Service Rd., Grimsby , ON L3M 4H6
150 Bunting Rd., St.Catharines ,
ON L2P 3G5
Monday - Saturday: 9am-5pm
Donation drop-off: Monday - Saturday: 12pm-4:00pm
To schedule a donation pick-up or drop-off, please email pictures of the item(s) you wish to donate, along with your contact information to the ReStore nearest you.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept every donation. It is best to call ahead if you are unsure if the ReStores are able to accept your donation. Charitable tax receipts issued for donated merchandise over $100.
Volunteers are Habitat Niagara’s greatest resource. We are always looking for people to volunteer at one of our three ReStores, on our salvage team or at the build site as a site host or construction volunteer.
We offer a variety of diverse opportunities that will fit with many different schedules and skill levels
For more information on making a financial donation to our homebuilding program, please contact email@example.com or 905-685-7395 x205
Donate to Habitat and help a family break the poverty cycle.