Shop the store that helps build homes! Proceeds support Habitat’s work to build and preserve homes for hard-working, low-income families.
Our winter hours will be Wednesday - Saturday | 9am - 5pm
Habitat for Humanity Lake County ReStore
Hours of Operation
Wednesday - Saturday 9AM - 5PM
3545 Grand Ave., Gurnee, IL 60031 - Donation Hotline: 847-249-3160
Thank you to all of our individual and corporate ReStore donors for your generous donations!
Why the ReStore...
Your donation of new or gently used items kept tons of waste out of landfills. Last year Habitat eliminated nearly 1 million pounds of waste from Lake County landfills.
The ReStore accepts new and gently used building materials, non-upholstered furniture, newer appliances less than 10 years old, and more.
Donated products are sold to the public at discounts 50% to 90% below retail. Funds raised support Habitat's home building program in Lake County.
Everyone wins at the ReStore
...with a nice tax deduction and clearing out space.
...with great bargains for their homes, offices, congregation, agency, etc
...by serving alongside and helping Habitat Partner Families who are working towards home ownership and our awesome staff and other volunteers. And you have a chance to preview our ever-changing inventory.
Volunteers also get a chance to preview our ever-changing inventory.
Lake County residents win...
...because every home built by Habitat eliminates a blighted home or vacant property where property taxes are paid. In 2014 Habitat Partner Families paid over $600,000 in property taxes.
3545 Grand Ave
Hours of Operation
Senior Hours Thursday-Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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