Why We Build

Why We Build Kevin lives in a Habitat for Humanity home with his mom, dad, brother and sister. “This house is different from my old house,” he says. “It doesn’t have mice. When it rains hard, it doesn’t leak. I get to have a bedroom and everybody has a place to sleep.” His mom planted…
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The Beginning Of Habitat For Humanity

Building Hope It was the 60’s in Americus, Georgia when the first inklings of what is now Habitat for Humanity took shape. On a small community farm called Koinonia, a farmer and a biblical scholar practiced the art of sharing goods, seeking to put God’s love into action. The scholar, a man named Clarence Jordan,…
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Cut The Clutter With This Handy Donation Checklist

The beginning of a new year is a great time to let go of the old. If your New Year’s resolution is minimizing clutter around your home, ReStore can help! We accept donations of gently used home goods, building materials and appliances—items you’ll find all over your home. To get started, take a walk through…
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Thanksgiving Turkeys You Can Make Out Of Pallets

You can’t gobble up these guys, but your guests will still love them. This Thanksgiving, whip up one of these DIY turkeys made out of pallets from ReStore! They’re the perfect projects for you to prepare ahead of time—or for your family to create together.   Charming Walnut-Stained Turkey Two colors of wood stain make…
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Five Items You Didn’t Know You Could Donate To ReStore

Doing some fall cleaning? Remodeling your home? Have excess inventory at your business? You might have what ReStore needs! We’re looking for donations of new or gently used home improvement items. Your donations are tax-deductible and will help us build home for families in need throughout our community. Plus, we can pick up your donations…
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