If you’re looking to spruce up your home for a good price Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s are a good place to start.
You can find anything from used couches to computers to toilets and they are all reasonably priced.
Joe Kirkpatrick has been shopping at the Gaston County ReStore for years. He says he likes going there because he knows what he buys goes further than his living room.
“The people here are nice and the products are good. If a family gets a home by me buying a stereo then I’m glad to be a part of that. It just pays it forward.”
The store is proof of the old adage, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
ReStore Antique Specialist Beryl Campbell says, “I had a regular customer hug me and start crying because she found a set of dishes that had been similar to some that her mother had. That made me feel wonderful”
Habitat Metrolina ReStores and Goodwill Industries are partnering for the Super Spring Sweep donation event on Saturday, May 17th.
People are encouraged to donate old household items and electronics to any one of the nine donation locations.
Here is a list of those locations:
- Cabarrus County ReStore (Kannapolis)
- Charlotte ReStore (Wendover)
- Charlotte Restore (Wilkinson)
- Lincoln County ReStore (Lincolnton)
- Catawba Valley ReStore (Hickory)
- Gaston County ReStore (Gastonia)
- Matthews Restore (Matthews)
- Iredell County ReStore (Statesville)
- Our Towns ReStore (Cornelius)
- Our Towns Restore (Mooresville)
- York County ReStore (Rock Hill)
The entire FOX 46 Weather Team will at the Charlotte ReStore on Wendover Road so stop by and say hi!