Newburgh Habitat ReStore

125 Washington Street
P.O. Box 1694
Newburgh, NY
12550

Newburgh Habitat ReStore

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What is a ReStore?
A Habitat ReStore is a furniture, lighting and building materials recycling/resale facility that supports the services of its local Habitat for Humanity affiliate. The Newburgh ReStore recycles new, gently used and antique items donated by manufacturers, stores, contractors and individuals. These donations are sold to the public at very low prices or used in the construction of Habitat houses. All proceeds from sales go directly towards Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh’s house construction program.

ReStores also:
· The ReStore provides Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh with a sustainable source of income and a sustainable future.
· The ReStore resells building materials salvaged from its own rehabilitation projects, many of which are antique architectural items.
· The ReStore recycles items donors no longer need, keeping those materials out of our landfills.
· The ReStore provides a way for donors to receive a tax-deduction for their donations.
· The ReStore provides numerous volunteer opportunities to the public.
· The ReStore provides items for sale to the general public at drastically reduced prices, making it possible for many low-income families to buy items they need to better their own living conditions.

Benefits of the Habitat Restore
How ReStore Donors Can Benefit
· Avoid expensive disposal fees.
· Receive a tax deduction.
· Get rid of unwanted materials.
· Know that all of your donations help Habitat for Humanity provide decent housing for families in need.

How Habitat for Humanity Benefits
· Generates sustainable income for its house building program for working, low income families in need.
· Provides a venue for Habitat to sell materials salvaged from its own demolition and deconstruction projects.
· Provides another way for Habitat to mobilize its many volunteers in our community.

How the Community Benefits
· Provides a unique shopping experience in downtown Newburgh.
· Saves usable materials from going to landfills.

(845) 565-1789

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