Meet local businesses who share our vision of a world where
everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to live.
Learn how to help Habitat build safer and affordable homes
through our fundraising initiatives, campaigns and projects. Raise
money, donate or volunteer your time. In the end, your efforts give
families in need a hand up rather than a hand
Learn about Habitat for Humanity. Where we started and
where we're going.
Habitat families invest 500 volunteer hours into
the building their home, call sweat equity, as a commitment
to end the cycle of poverty in their household.
In return, our partner families are given no-interest
mortgages, capped at 30% of their household income. This is
how we help give a 'hand up', not a 'hand...
By donating and shopping at ReStore, you:
1. Build Affordable homes in Greater Vancouver.
2. Save money with prices 50-80% off retail prices.
3. Protect your environment by helping divert 1800 tonnes of
waste from our local landfills each year.
Join us at one of our Upcycling Seminar Series to see what
ReStore products can be transformed into unique...
Frequently, we recieve stories and pictures from customers,
volunteers and staff that identify original ReStore items that have
been repurposed into something new. This blog page will
showcase these items and the stories of their renewed purpose. If
you have an upcycling project you would like to share please
forward pictures and story to...
ReStores sell new and gently-used home decor items and
building materials at great discounts. Our rotating (and always
unique) inventory is donated by homeowners, contractors, retailers
and manufacturers. All proceeds fund Habitat for Humanity Greater
Vancouver's operations, and help build homes in our community.
Redesign, redecorate and reinvigorate your space. We...
Our operations are primarily driven by volunteers at our
ReStores, build sites and events.
Meet the people who make it possible for us to continue our
mission to end the cycle of poverty in Greater Vancouver.
Join our Habitat family and help low-income, hardworking
families end the cycle of poverty in their household.