When you shop ReStore, you help us build more homes in the Catawba Valley for hardworking, deserving applicants looking to achieve the dream of affordable homeownership.
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Why ReStore? Check out our ever-changing inventory of new and gently used furniture, antiques, collectibles, appliances, home accessories, home improvement items and more. New donations arrive daily, including pieces from the Hickory area’s famous furniture manufacturers. Not able to bring in your donations? The ReStore offers free scheduled pickups throughout Catawba Valley. We’re not your everyday Big Box retailer, every item is unique. Astute shoppers check daily for new treasures. What will you find? Maybe just what you’ve been looking for.
Jeff’s Picks of the Week
Our General Manager enjoys sharing a sampling of the truly great items that have come into the ReStore. Check back often to see the latest picks. Better yet, sign-up to receive regular emails featuring Jeff’s Picks, ReStore events, opportunities and discount specials.
Twist Modern Collection Check out all of the amazing pieces from this generous donation!
New and Sample Model Sofas Check out what's new in the sofa department!
Famous Maker Collection Check out all of the amazing pieces we have from a local, mystery, "Famous Maker"!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does the ReStore accept personal checks?
Q: Can I return an item I bought?
Q: I found an item I like, but it's too big to take home today, Can I still buy it?
Q: Can I place an item on hold or layaway?
Q: Is the ReStore open to the public?
Q: Where do the proceeds from the sales go?
WE’RE Building Something Better. Together.
Founded in 1985, Habitat for Humanity of Catawba Valley is a non-profit, Christian-based community organization dedicated to building, renovating, and repairing safe, decent, and affordable housing for hard-working, low-income families in our community. We build houses through partnerships with diverse segments of the community–churches and temples, businesses and individuals, service clubs and foundations. Thanks to this support from the community, Habitat has built over 165 houses in Catawba County.