The Restore sells new and used surplus building materials and occasionally will have appliances and furniture. All items in the store are donated and they help fund the building of Heartland Habitat homes. These building projects are in Wyandotte, Leavenworth, Johnson Counties in Kansas, and Clay and Platte Counties in Missouri.
Habitat for Humanity International was founded by Millard and Linda Fuller and is a non-profit Christian housing ministry. Their mission is to make adequate and affordable housing and to eliminate substandard housing and homelessness. Volunteers have built and renovated 200,000 houses since 1976. In 1987, a merger of Kaw Valley Habitat and Northland Habitat for Humanity formed Heartland Habitat for Humanity.
When you are looking to remodel, renovate, start new construction or need to update appliances and furniture you may want to consider stopping by the Habitat Humanity ReStore. You could be saving as much as 20% – 80% on you material and supporting an organization that is giving back to the community.