Habitat For Humanity
The ReStore is a discount retail store that sells building materials, furniture, clothing and home improvement products to the general public. The ReStore is a vital part of our Habitat mission. Items for sale have been donated by individuals, businesses, local and national contractors and all donations are tax deductible. Revenue is used to build more Habitat homes in Champaign County. Find unusual, discontinued, new and gently used products at a great discount. Whether you are looking for that special bathroom sink, kitchen cabinets, doors, windows, paint, lighting fixtures or anything else for your home or rental property… shopping at the ReStore is a must. New inventory arrives daily. We are glad to pick up large appliances and furniture. Call (937) 652-2981 to set up a pick up.
Visit the ReStore at 955 N Main St., Urbana, Ohio.
Current Board of Directors
Rev. Beau Brown - ED Richard (Rich) Finkbine - Treasurer
Dan Baker Jessica Betts
Marge Baker Tim Schneider
Jim Ballard - emeritus member Frank Segreti
Amber Powell Rachel Saylor
Dr. Keith Bowman Greg Ward
Marcia Balmut Ward Jim Zaborowski
Father Matthew Lee Virginia (Ginny) Shirk Stanley
Rob Johnson Michele Johnson
Habitat for Humanity International was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller. Since 1976, Habitat has built or repaired over 1 million homes. Today, Habitat for Humanity is a true world leader in addressing the issues of poverty housing.
In Champaign County, eight homes have been built since 2007. HFHCCO became an official affiliate in March of 2003. Our first home was completed in January of 2007 and we are now building our eighth home. We have been selected as a National Women's Build affiliate for two years in a row. We have built six homes in Urbana, one in St. Paris, and one in Mechanicsburg, Ohio. We are thankful for our many volunteers.
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