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The Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac ReStore sells both new and gently used home improvement materials that have been donated. Inventory includes:
- Kitchen and Bath cabinets
- Sinks & toilets
- Doors & Windows
- And much more!
Since we receive new donations every day, there is never a set inventory - It's a whole new store with each donation!
For the do-it-yourselfers, contractors and collectors, the ReStore is the first place to visit for inexpensive renovations. The best thing you can do is to stop by and see for yourself all that we offer. You may get an idea of the types of items we carry by looking at the DONATIONS section. You never know what you will find at the ReStore.
The proceeds generated by the ReStore sales go to support Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac build affordable, energy efficient houses for deserving families, while reducing the amount of used materials that are headed for overflowing landfills.
Donations are accepted at the ReStore, 607 Gardiners Road, Kingston Monday - Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm. Call 613-547-4111 to check quality, age and usability of your items. We are unable to haul away trash, and some donations may be declined because of safety concerns, facility limitations, or marketability. Items are selected based on our ability to sell them in the ReStore to fulfill our mission of raising funds to build more affordable homes in the Kingston Limestone Region.
Contractors, bring us your excess or removed products. Save yourself a trip to the dump and your customers some money.
Retailers and manufacturers can donate end-of-line, scratch-and-dent, discontinued inventory and customer returns to us and avoid the cost of returning them to the manufacturer.
Donation Pick-ups - Wherever possible we encourage customers to bring items to the ReStore as part of their donation to Habitat for Humanity. However, in situations where this is not possible we are able to pick-up donations subject to prior approval. Please give us a call to make arrangements.
How can I help the ReStore?
There are essentially three ways you can help the ReStore. First: make your home improvement purchases at the ReStore and tell your friends about us. Second: spread the word about our ReStore and help us receive donations of good quality saleable materials. Third: the Habitat ReStore is always looking for volunteers to help with stocking shelves, picking up donations, and general store upkeep. Please check the VOLUNTEER section to inquire about helping out. Thanks very much for your time!
The Habitat ReStore Kingston
607 Gardiners Road, Kingston ON, K7M 3Y4 [map]
Phone: (613) 547-4111
Fax: (613) 547-4119
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Closed Sundays and Holidays
PLEASE - No drop offs after hours
Please keep bringing us your cans!
Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac ReStore will take ALL of your empty aluminum pop cans. All proceeds go towards building homes in our community. Simply collect empty aluminum cans in large plastic bags and drop them off at the ReStore 607 Gardiners Road anytime.
NEIGHBORHOODS, WORKPLACES, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES pool your resources and collect as many as you can. Let us know what you are up to and we just might be able to arrange a pick-up for you.
The ReStore is proud to announce the undertaking of a new E-Waste program through SIMS Recyling Solutions. This program will allow the community to have a free and environmentally safe way to recycle all of their old electronics. All electronic items can be dropped off into the wooden E-waste bin in front of the ReStore.
For a list of what can be recyled and more information on the initiative, please visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca.
The Habitat Kingston ReStore is now also recycling used batteries! From car batteries to watch batteries, we'll make sure they're recycled safely.
Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac ReStore would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our local donors. We are so grateful for your support and generosity. Here are just a few: