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Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County operates a thrift shop for recycling household materials and building supplies.   Known as the "Habitat ReStore," it is located in the same building as the Habitat office and warehouse, 39 West Pike Street in Martinsville.   The telephone number is the same as for the office, 765-349-9003.

The store is open 10:00-5:00 Monday thru Friday, and 10:00-3:00 Saturday.   Deliveries of donated items may be left at the store Wednesday through Saturday during regular store hours.   Please do not leave items at the building if no one is available to receive them.   Your contributions to the ReStore not only keeps useable materials out of the landfill, but saves on your hauling costs and your donation is tax-deductible. Free pickup service is available for larger items by calling the ReStore, 765-349-9003.

We are asking the good people of Morgan County to support this extension of our mission by donating items that are in good condition for us to recycle and re-sell.  We price our items far below retail value.   The store will charge a small fee for any items that must be delivered.

Items such as gently used furniture, appliances in good working condition, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, small household appliances, general household items, and new & usable building materials are sold.   Obviously, all donations must be in good working condition.   We do not accept any clothing or dishes.  If uncertain about whether the store will accept your items, please contact the ReStore manager for confirmation.

Footnote on donations:
While we totally agree that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” we sometimes don’t have the space to hold onto that treasure until the right treasure hunter comes along.  New building materials, good reclaimed building materials, appliances in good working order, cabinets in good condition, and furniture in good condition are in high demand and sell quickly.  Therefore, we can always find room for them.  However, old windows and doors, old toilets, bathtubs, and showers take up a lot of space.  We may have to turn such donations down on occasion.

Volunteers are needed to help run the store and pick up or deliver larger items.  To volunteer, call 765-349-9003.