Shop for your home while building stability for families in Southern Alberta
Find thousands of items – including new and used furniture, appliances and building materials – all at 40-60% below regular retail prices. Shop for stoves, fridges, washers and dryers, tables, chairs, cabinets, couches, paint, flooring and a whole lot more! Even better, you won’t pay a single cent of GST and the proceeds from your purchases go directly towards building stability for families through affordable home ownership with Habitat for Humanity.
Donate furniture or building materials to ReStore.
Habitat ReStores accept donations from households and from retailers. You can donate your new or gently used appliances, furniture and building materials by dropping them off at the store or you can request a pickup and we’ll arrange a time that works for you. Donations valued at $150 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.
Do you have items to give? Take a look at this list of acceptable items for donation.
Volunteering at ReStore helps Habitat families too.
Habitat ReStores have opportunities for volunteers every day of the week. They are a great place to learn skills and meet new people, all while helping build more affordable Habitat homes for local families.
Are you ready to pitch in? Register as a new volunteer.
Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta builds strength, stability and independence for families through affordable home ownership.
Habitat for Humanity is non-profit organization that brings the community together to build strength, stability and independence for families through affordable home ownership. Home ownership builds long-term stability and independence for families, while offering lasting tangible, tangible benefits to our entire community.
Our home ownership model empowers families. Habitat homeowners build their own homes alongside volunteers and purchase their homes with a no down-payment, no-interest mortgages, giving them financial stability to build better futures. Their monthly mortgage payments are put into a revolving fund that is used to build more homes for more families, creating a cycle of paying-it-forward.
Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta serves the communities of Airdrie-Crossfiield, Brooks, Calgary, Drumheller, the Foothills, and Mountain View County. Since 1990, we have built stability for more than 250 families through affordable home ownership.