From high-end furniture and building materials to gently used household furnishings, books and fixtures; from collectibles, gadgets and whatnots to toys, games, collectibles and antiques, the Habitat ReStore in Morganton has something new and interesting for everyone. You'll find a treasure each time you visit!
Habitat for Humanity is blessed to receive the donations of new merchandise from Lowes Hardware and other businesses. From paint and fasteners to seasonal decor, from interior doors and flooring to windows and area rugs, Habitat ReStore is the first place to sh0p when you are beginning a home improvement project or need fixtures and faucets for a DYI remodel.
THE RIPPLE SHOP
New this year at the Burke ReStore is the Ripple Shop. The Ripple Shop is Habitat's showcase of craft items and trash-to-treasures specially created by our volunteers and on-site craft team. The Ripple Shop takes donated odds and ends and puts them together to create one-of-a-kind items and giftware. Check out the Ripple Shop the next time you are looking for a unique birthday or anniversary gift or the perfect keepsake to celebrate the arrival of a new baby.
If you are clearing out, moving or redecorating, keep Habitat in mind. Funds from the Restore are a significant portion of the annual budget for Habitat for Humanity of Burke County. Burke's ReStore offers scheduled pickup service by calling 828-437-0370.
Habitat ReStore of Burke County accepts clean, used goods which are resold to benefit Habitat homebuilding in Burke County, NC. Habitat ReStore accepts working appliances, upholstered furniture (no pet stains please), case goods, home decor, sporting goods and building supplies.
Sorry but we cannot accept clothing, older baby cribs and carseats or unframed glass.
Volunteer Anne gently cares for our antiques
Volunteer Koreen manages our Ripple Store
Executive Director Marla Black lends a hand.