The Habitat ReStore
Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County’s ReStore is the place to shop for new and used home goods and building materials at affordable prices! Some items available for purchase - small & large appliances (new & used), furniture, antiques, flooring, home décor, cabinets, outdoor tools (lawnmowers, snowblowers, trimmers, etc.), windows and doors, bathroom & kitchen fixtures, tables and chairs.
The ReStore also accepts donations, subject to customer demand, from contractors, suppliers, individuals and organizations. All items for acceptance are subject to ReStore staff discretion.
The ReStore then sells these goods to the general public to help fund the construction of new Habitat houses within the local community. The ReStore performs a valuable community service by diverting large amounts of reusable materials from landfills and providing these products to the public at affordable prices.
Current Habitat ReStore & Donation Center Hours of Operation:
New ReStore hours moving forward are: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm
We appreciate all the support everyone has given us, and we look forward to serving our community.
Starting Monday, Aug 30, 2021, Gov. J.B. Pritzker is mandating all Illinoisans wear masks indoors.
Pritzker made the announcement Thursday, Aug 26, 2021, saying Illinoisans must wear masks regardless of their vaccination status due to a rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
All commonly touched surfaces will be sanitized after each encounter. Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
We ask that all visitors to our store respect each other and the social distancing guidelines. We are grateful for your patience and understanding.
City of Springfield Large Item Pickups may be done online or scheduled by calling 217-523-2710.
We ask that your sellable items for ReStore Donation Pickup be placed on the main floor or in the garage. Items located in a basement, upper story(ies), or housing facility without an elevator will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, with ReStore Manager consideration. Donation pickup requests, of sellable items, may be placed by calling 217-523-2710.
You may drop off sellable items for donation, at our Donation Center, Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm, only please. Otherwise, please do not leave your valuable item donations on our dock, as they may get damaged from weather.
We are so grateful for the patience, kindness, and understanding of YOU - our volunteers, donors and supporters. Thanks in advance for your support!
Chill & Build
If you like pallets, projects and being creative join us in the ReStore. Adult volunteers, 18 years and older, not only have fun, but are improving Sangamon County by helping Habitat For Humanity end poverty housing. Whether you paint, build or something in between, there’s always a new project to work on and plenty of ideas to share. Space is limited - closed-toe shoes and advanced registration are required. Bring water and snacks to suit your personal needs and join us for this FREE opportunity to build the future!
Eligible City of Springfield residents who would like to use the city's free large-item pickup service may go online to book a large item pickup or call Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County, Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm, at 217-523-2710. City of Springfield residents are eligible to have a maximum of six large items picked up annually. City of Springfield residents can schedule a one-time pickup of six items or two separate pickups of no more than three large items.
Acceptable items include, but are not limited to, couches, entertainment centers and other furniture items, mattresses, box springs, 5 x 10 rolls of carpet, filing cabinets, water heaters, window-unit air conditioners, appliances, grills, basketball hoops, trampolines, and pool liners.
Not eligible for large-item pickup: hazardous items such as tires, TV’s and other electronic goods, central air conditioning units, landscaping items, railroad ties, paint or hazardous substances, remodeling waste, and scrap metal.
Maximum weight limit of any individual item that is to be lifted may not weigh more than 100 pounds