HABIJAX RESTORE

HABIJAX RESTORE

The HabiJax ReStores are home improvement retail outlets where new and refurbished building materials, cabinets, appliances, furniture, lighting and accessories are sold to the public at reduced prices!

Much of the materials sold are donated. The ReStores depend on the generosity of Jacksonville residents, and there are many ways you can help!

These Habitat for Humanity ReStores are proudly owned and operated by Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville, Inc. (HabiJax) to serve our mission of building homes, communities and hope. At the HabiJax ReStores, our staff and volunteers happily accept donations of new and gently used items. We sell those items to treasure hunters and bargain shoppers alike to raise money for our mission of eliminating substandard housing. The HabiJax ReStores provide a more affordable avenue for home improvement projects, all while keeping tons of perfectly good items from ending up in the landfill. Donors drop off their new and gently used items and walk away with three things: the feeling that they’ve helped the planet, the joy of knowing they’ve helped a family in need and, to top it all off, a tax receipt for their donation. It’s a win for everyone involved!

At HabiJax, They are proud of what they do. Supporting a strong community by building homes for families in need and working to eliminate poverty housing from the face of the earth. They also are proud to support a greener planet by providing an outlet for unwanted items to find a new home too – and you can help!

If you would like to donate to the ReStores, you can drop off items at the Beach Blvd location during our business hours or call our donation hotline to schedule a pick-up.

HISTORY OF THE HABIJAX RESTORES

The Habitat ReStore concept started in 1991 as Habitat affiliates began to receive donations of building materials and household goods that donors thought could be used in Habitat homes. Through the generosity was greatly appreciated, it proved impractical to redesign blueprints to fit the dimension of specific doors, windows and cabinet sets that had been donated. Instead, Habitat affiliates began selling these donated items to the public and using the proceeds to cover costs of homebuilding. Currently, there are nearly 800 Habitat ReStores in the United States.

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Was founded in 1988 and it opened the doors of the HabiJax ReStore in 2008, and opened its second ReStore in 2017.

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Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville, Inc.


2404 Hubbard St.
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Toll Free: (877) 237-1295
(904) 798-4529
Fax: (904) 798-2728
TTY/TDD Services – 711

ReStores

5800 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 208-6648
Fax: (904) 309-6770

6260 103rd St.
Jacksonville, FL 32210
(904) 545-4748
Fax: (904) 329-1567

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