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Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Sales of donated items help Habitat for Humanity partner with local families to build, rehabilitate and repair safe and affordable homes in your community and around the world — a good deal for you, your community and the environment.

Follow The ReStore!

The ReStore sells new, donated and gently used furniture, appliances, home goods, building materials and more

Habitat for Humanity of North Idaho volunteers building a home

Shop The ReStore

Shop our Habitat ReStore for your next home project and support the effort to provide decent housing in Kootenai County and around the world.

Donate Items

The ReStore accepts small and large donations of new or gently used furniture, appliances, housewares, building materials and more. 

Volunteer at The ReStore

Volunteering at Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a way to support your community. Visit our Volunteer page to see what opportunities are available.

Location 

176 W. Wyoming Ave.

Hayden, ID 83835

(208) 762-4352

Hours 

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ReStore

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Yard

Monday through Saturday

(Closed holidays)

Donation Pickup 

Donating a large item?

Call us for pickup!

(208) 762-4352

The ReStore will be closed for Memorial Day Monday, May 27

DONATION GUIDELINES: Please note that we can only accept items that are in clean, sellable condition. We reserve the right to refuse any item that is unsafe, unclean, broken or needs repairs. We do not accept any type of hazardous materials or chemicals, including chemicals, paint, stains or cleansers. We will not accept donations of used mattresses, items covered in pet hair, tires, older TVs, desktop computers or printers. Please do not donate items we cannot sell. This adds to our dumpster fees and takes money away from our mission to help families in Kootenai County.

NMLS ID# 1672570

Non-Discrimination Policy: Habitat commits to treating all applicants in an equal manner. The following attributes will NOT factor into any action for the Habitat homeownership program, including information-sharing, distributing applications, advertising or evaluating applications: race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial or marital status, disability, sexual orientation, age (provided the applicant can legally enter into a contract), income derived from public assistance, or a consumer who has, in good faith, exercised any right under the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act.