the ReStore our goal is to raise money to fight poverty housing. We do this by
taking in gently used furniture, appliances, building materials and other home
goods and selling them to the general public. The money made from running the
ReStore goes to building Habitat homes in the Farmville area.
How Can You Help?
are three ways you can support our mission. You can donate, shop, or volunteer.
of the items we sell in the store are donated items. For this reason we rely on people like you to donate your old furniture or appliances, or just get rid
of all that extra stuff you have lying around. If you would like to learn
more about how to donate please follow the link here.
ReStore is a great place to find great deals on gently used furniture,
appliances, building materials, and a vast array of home décor items. We have
beds, mattresses, dressers, desks, couches, chairs, tables, doors, tools, and
much more.You can click here or follow us on Facebook to see examples of our latest items.
we are a nonprofit we do have a very small staff. As such we rely on people
like you to support our mission by volunteering. Would you like to learn a new
skill? Do you enjoy giving back to your community? Do you enjoy spending time
with friendly people all working together towards a common goal? If so, then
volunteering at the ReStore is for you. Give us a call (434) 392-6627 or click here to get information on volunteering.
What do you get when you have two ambitious art teachers and kids that love to paint? You get one great looking mural in the Farmville Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore. With a little leftover paint and brushes Prince Edward art teachers, Joy Utzinger and Cricket Edmunson designed a vibrant mural for the ReStore. Their willing assistants were Claire Utzinger, Eve Utzinger, Jessie Green, Cami Green and Marin Engles.
This colorful mural reminds those who come through the ReStore of the primary mission of Habitat for Humanity. The mural depicts the community and family partners working together to make decent affordable housing in the Farmville Area.