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Store Hours :

Tuesday , Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Wed. 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Address :

3435 Melrose Avenue NW Roanoke, VA 24017

Phone : 540-767-2267

What is the ReStore?

Think of the Habitat ReStore first when you’re in the market for home furnishings and construction supplies! Not only can you get a great deal, but your money goes to help build more Habitat houses. By donating, shopping, or volunteering at The Habitat ReStore, you are supporting families in the Roanoke Valley who need safe, decent and affordable housing.

The Habitat ReStore is open to everyone! In fact, we encourage everyone including homeowners, landlords and contractors to take advantage of our selection of material and great prices. Typically 30%-75% off of retail on new and gently used merchandise.

Ready to Donate?

You have options!

For Business or Commercial donations call Ryan Johnston, ReStore Donations Manager at (540)556-5786.
For Household donations call (540)344-0747 option #4.

What is in the ReStore?

The ReStore is a non-profit store and donation center selling used and some new items to fix, repair, maintain or decorate your home. ReStores accept donations and sell a constantly changing inventory of diverse, high-quality merchandise to the public at a fraction of the retail price, while diverting reusable household items and building materials from area landfills.

Sales of donated items help Habitat-Roanoke with local families to build and rehabilitate affordable homes in the Roanoke Valley — a good deal for you, your community and the environment. Together, we can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better future for their families while creating stronger neighborhoods and ultimately communities.

  • Please drop off donated items during business hours to keep them safe from weather damage and theft.
  • Tax receipts are issued for all donations.
  • We use our discretion when accepting donations. We reserve the right to refuse a donation of items that are damaged or which we will be unable to sell.
Donate Drop-Off

Our donation pick-ups are scheduled during the week on an appointment basis.

Schedule a Donation Pick Up


Revenues from our ReStore help fund our building projects. Thank you very much for your partnership. The ReStore can take volunteers from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. We also accept volunteers on Saturdays for 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The ReStore welcomes group volunteers during any of its available times and can currently accommodate up to 10 volunteers at once.

Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at or by calling (540)347-0747 ext. 444.

*Volunteers 15 years or older may work independently at the ReStore (If a volunteer is working for court-ordered hours, the volunteer must be at least 16 years old to work independently).

*Volunteers 12-14 years old may work with a guardian adult who will work side-by-side with the youth volunteer.

*Children 11 years or younger are not allowed to volunteer in the ReStore.

If you are volunteering to complete court-ordered Community Service hours, you must contact the Volunteer Coordinator for pre-approval at this email:

Join the ReStore Corps!

If swinging a hammer is not for you, but you would still like to be a part of the Habitat-Roanoke family, we invite you to join the ReStore Corps. The dedicated volunteers who form the ReStore Corps have committed to volunteering at least 16 hours of their time, per month, at the Habitat-Roanoke ReStore. Volunteers form the backbone of the ReStore's operation and we couldn’t be successful without them!

Please note: If you cannot commit to 16 hours per month, but would still like to volunteer, you would be very welcome! We need all the help we can get.

If you are interested or would like more information, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at or (540)344-0747 ext. 444.

How Do I Join the ReStore Corps?

Step 1


Contact Us


Step 2

Is Volunteering A Good Fit?

Here you will be able to learn more about our organization, our ReStore, and this program.


Step 3

Gina Dunnavant, (540)344.0747 ext. 110 or

  • She will answer any questions you have.
  • She’ll learn more about you so that we can work towards finding you work that you will enjoy and is meaningful to you.
  • She will get you scheduled for your first volunteer shift.

Set a Regular Work Time

Once you have clocked 30 hours of volunteering and you are willing to commit to at least 16 hours per month, you may join the ReStore Corps.


Step 4

What is in it for me?

As a ReStore Corps member, you will receive a Habitat-Roanoke t-shirt, a special ReStore Corps nametag, and a 20% discount on ReStore merchandise. Additional awards, such as Habitat hats, hoodies and the like are awarded for each additional 96 hours of volunteer service.

How Do I Join the ReStore Corps?

Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch.

    First Name Last Name
    Phone Email Are you volunteering for court ordered community service?

    What are the acceptance guidelines for donations?

    Click on each category to see what we do and do not accept.

    Appliances in working condition. EPA regulations prevent the resale of water heaters and dishwashers that are not certified lead-free (15 yrs. or newer).

    • Washer/dryer
    • Refrigerators or freezers
    • Microwave ovens
    • Gas and electrical ranges
    • Cooktops
    • HVAC unit (must be 5 years or newer)

    Architectural items that are in good condition without structural or water damage.

    • Columns
    • Mantelpieces
    • Porch posts

    ·         Other unique items that can be repurposed

    We accept residential and commercial cabinets that have all doors and drawers. Cabinets must be free from water damage, mold or structural damage.

    • Individual pieces
    • Full cabinet sets
    • Kitchen and bathroom cabinets

    ·         Workshop, office and miscellaneous storage cabinets

    Countertops must be in good condition, free of  cracks, scratches, mold, mildew and water damage.

    • Laminate, natural stone, solid surface are acceptable
    • Cultured marble vanity tops must have a vanity base in good condition

    Doors must be in good condition with no rotted wood, broken panels, or punctures.

    • Residential doors
    • Exterior/interior
    • Pre-hung
    •  Door slabs
    •  Entryway units
    • French door sets

    We accept carpet and carpet padding in sizes exceeding 25 square feet with no stains, fraying, odors or animal hair. Hardwood, vinyl, tile and laminate flooring should also be in good condition and without any adhesive or glue.

    • Carpet & carpet padding; min.25 sq. ft.
    • Rugs
    • Hardwood/Parquet
    • Laminate
    • Vinyl, tile or sheet
    • Ceramic tile

    We can only accept residential electrical items; no commercial electrical items, please.

    • NEW digital thermostats
    • Switches/Outlets
    • Drop cords, electrical wiring of usable length and gauge

    We accept upholstered furniture without stains, rips or animal fur and wood or metal furniture that is structurally complete. Due to sanitation restrictions we do not accept mattresses or box springs.

    • Wood furniture, all types
    •  Tables, chairs, computer desks, drafting tables, bookcases, dressers, entertainment centers, armoires, file cabinets
    • Home furnishings (living room, bedroom, kitchen, dining room, office)

    We accept hardware in good condition that is clean and unpainted. We also accept hand and power tools that pose no safety risks.

    • Complete sets of door hardware
    • Nails, screws
    • Hangers, connectors, fasteners, hinges etc…
    • Hand and power tools

    Decorative Items for the home

    • Wall Art and Framed Mirrors
    • Dishes, China sets, silverware, serving trays
    • Vases, Candleholders

    Lighting must be complete and in good condition. We accept indoor and outdoor lighting that is free from cracks or broken glass. We cannot accept fluorescent lighting because of environmental and disposal issues.

    • Indoor and outdoor lamps
    • Interior fixtures (chandeliers, sconces, flush mount, ceiling fans, pendants)
    • Exterior fixtures (sconces, flush mount, post lighting)

    Must be at least 4 ft. in length with no nails, screws, staples or warping. Sheet goods must be at least 4ft. sheets with no damage or warping.

    • Treated or untreated lumber
    • Sheet goods (particle board, pressboard, plywood, paneling)
    •  Trim, molding
    • Brick and block without mortar or cement
    • Glass block
    • Cement and mortar

    Plumbing items must be in good condition with no chips, cracks or rust.

    • Stainless steel and porcelain kitchen sinks
    • Pedestal and drop-in bathroom sinks
    • Fiberglass bathtubs (no cracks)
    • Toilets: neutral color (white, tan, beige, no cracks)
    • Shower enclosures
    •  Faucets 
    • Hardware, fittings, piping, etc..

    Windows must be complete units, with frames, and in good condition. No rotted wood, cracked or foggy glass.

    • Double-hung
    • Picture and bay
    • Complete window units
    • Shutters without cracks: interior and exterior
    • No sash windows

    Gardening Items and Patio Furniture 

    • Gardening tools, lawn equipment
    • Rakes and Shovels
    • Patio Pavers and Blocks
    • Outdoor power equipment

    We are unable to accept any items with mold, mildew, water damage or rust.

    • Unframed mirrors or sheets of glass
    • Shower doors
    • Clothing, bedding, mattresses or box springs
    • Pianos, organs
    • Medical equipment
    • TV’s 
    • Sleeper Sofas
    •  VHS players/ DVD Players/Electronics
    •  Baby items (strollers, cribs, car seats, etc.)
    •  Paint
    • Chemicals

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