It’s official!  Montezuma County has an approved Habitat for Humanity ReStore.    The new addition is under construction.  Watch for the grand ReOpening!

We are closed Thanksgiving week (November 25-28) for both donations and shopping, in order to rearrange the enlarged store for our customers.  We will reopen December 2nd for your Holiday Shopping.

The store is now open with
Winter Hours

Wednesday-Saturday 10 am – 4 pm

On April 16th, 2015,  the Sales Center  officially became a Habitat for Humanity ReStore.  We have the same wonderful customer service and the same low prices.   The ReStore  is located in the bright blue building, next to Belt Salvage, at 6786 Highway 491/160 just past the intersection with Road G.   The store is clean and stocked with merchandise.  New items arrive daily.   We are always looking for gently used donations for the store as well. Lynn Anderson is the hard working manager.  Jay Whitewolf is the capable Head Cashier.  We have volunteers helping also.  If you would like to volunteer, contact Lynn.

More than 800 Habitat affiliates across the United States and Can­ada operate “ReStores” that sell new and “gently-used” build­ing materials, appliances and housewares to the public at dis­counted prices. All proceeds are then used by the affiliate to fund construction work, either new builds or renovations.

Before we opened on March 27, 2013, many local volunteers worked hard  to modify the building’s interior into a usable space. They’ve knocked down at least one wall, repaired and textured existing drywall and installed a garage door in the back — supplied by Dan Belt to handle larger items. Now we are getting ready to enlarge the store by 2000 square feet and improve the drop-off area, so pardon our dust while we are growing.

We always need more donations and will accept items from con­tractors, retail stores and homeowners trying to downsize and streamline. Sometimes retailers of fix­tures, furniture and ap­pliances will donate floor models that are scratched, dented or discontinued but still fully serviceable.

We carry everything from really good Green Sheen paint to sporting goods to “bric-a-brac and knick­knacks,” but we don’t want it to become a repository for junk. People should ask themselves if they’d be em­barrassed giving their do­nated items to someone in person.

Donations should be dropped off, if possible, at the store during busi­ness hours.  We now have our own truck to drive around town for pick-ups if you are unable to bring them to the store.  Building materials, tools, furniture, appliances and other usable items can also be donated (see a complete list under donate) – call 565-8327 to schedule a drop off or pick up.

Donors can receive tax­deductible receipts be­cause of Habitat’s 501(c)(3) status.   Colorado Enterprise tax credit is also available for larger donations.  Please no clothes, food, plastic kitch­enware, tires, or old style TV’s.

Ultimately, the store serves three functions: fun­draising for Habitat, an af­fordable shopping outlet for consumers on a budget and removing items other­wise destined for the waste stream.  The Restore Motto is:  Shop, Donate, Volunteer.