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Wanted: ReStore Wish ListWanted: ReStore Wish List
-14' ladder (for use inside of store)
-Tiny 12V or AC compressor for inflating tires on handtrucks


-Willing to go on pickups for merchandise. Truck is provided. [ Let us know ] when you're available and we can schedule you!
-Who like to clean, price, and display merchandise in our store. Sign up on our Volunteer Calendar.

Thanks for helping us to make affordable housing more possible in East Hawaii! [ ...more ]

Coming Soon: Building Materials Online @ the ReStoreComing Soon: Building Materials Online @ the ReStore
Did you know that the ReStore has more building materials than you see in the store?

Do you need solid core 36" fire-rated doors, kitchen cabinets, louver window hardware, or other supplies? Starting in November, you will be able to shop online for these items when you buy multiples for larger construction or remodeling projects. It's easy: choose your items and quantities, place an order, and then pick up your items. By appointment only.

Check back on our website regularly for more details! [ ...more ]

How to Make Your Roof LastHow to Make Your Roof Last
One thing that we get a lot of on the windward side of this beautiful island is rain. [ ...more ]
Seeking Resource Development/Retail Committee MembersSeeking Resource Development/Retail Committee Members
If you have retail or sales experience, enjoy fundraising events, like finding creative ways to make money, or enjoy writing grants, we need you on our Resource Development Committee! Share your knowledge so that the ReStore can continue to grow and expand. [ ...more ]
Hawaiian Beaches Home Almost CompleteHawaiian Beaches Home Almost Complete
Here are some of the latest photos from the progress made during March on our fundraising home in Hawaiian Beaches. [ ...more ]
Hilo Habitat Seeks New Volunteer CoordinatorHilo Habitat Seeks New Volunteer Coordinator
Do you enjoy working with people and getting things done? Is providing affordable housing an important challenge that you want to be part of? Then consider becoming a volunteer coordinator with Hilo Habitat for Humanity. [ ...more ]
Enter Our Donation ContestEnter Our Donation Contest
For a limited time, Hilo Habitat for Humanity will be holding a drawing to encourage specific donations to the ReStore.

Furniture, power tools, building materials and cars will each earn 5, 5, 2, and 20 drawing tickets, respectively. Items must be new or gently used and in good working condition. They may be delivered to the ReStore during regular business hours.

Once monthly, winning tickets will be drawn from those collected during that month for the drawing. Prizes include a gift certificate to Roy's of Waikoloa (worth $75), a guided ATV tour from ATV Outfitters (worth $269), and a diving and snorkel adventure with Captain Zodiac (worth $240).

"What a win-win idea! We anticipate extra income through additional merchandise donations to our ReStore because of the drawings," said Julie Hugo, Hilo Habitat President & REALTOR. "ReStore revenues fund the homes we build. We're grateful to our prize sponsors and look forward to partnering with businesses and community members alike for donations," she added.

For new and recycled home repair and household items that make affordable housing possible in East Hawaii, visit the Hilo Habitat ReStore at 700 Manono Street, across from Hawaiian Style Cafe. The ReStore is open M-F from 9-5 and Saturdays from 8-4. For more information, please visit the ReStore or the Hilo Habitat affiliate online at www.hilohabitat.org. [ ...more ]

Think Like a RaindropThink Like a Raindrop
Did you know that water is the number one destroyer of homes? Once water gets into your house and causes deterioration and rot, then eventually, water will cause it to fall down. [ ...more ]



Enabling housebuilding through sales of new, used, and surplus donated goods.

700 Manono Street, Suite 102
A 1,600 square foot warehouse
located in the same building as Floor Décor, across from Manono Street Marketplace

Regular Hours:
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 10am-3pm
Sunday Closed
Have Donations?
We always appreciate new or gently used building materials, tools, furniture, or cars in good working condition at the ReStore.
2014 Holidays:
New Year's Day (January 1)
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 20)
Prince Kuhio Day (March 26)
Good Friday (April 18)
Memorial Day (May 26)
King Kamehameha Day (June 11)
Independence Day (July 4)
Labor Day (September 1)
Thanksgiving (November 27 & 28)
Christmas (December 25 & 26)
Read our latest newsletter here:
May/June 2014 eHabiChat
-Thank you, Riverside Apartments & Hawaii Public Housing Authority (HPHA)
-Director Profile: Meet Randy Church
-Mahalo, Rainbow Properties
-Donate to Win! Contest
A Million. . . Pennies!
We want your pennies.  Our goal is to raise a million pennies.  If you have pennies lying around the house, please bring them in to the Habitat ReStore at 700 Manono Street in Hilo (across from Manono Street Market, same building as Floor Decor).

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