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ReStore Information

Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.     

 The Blue Water Habitat for Humanity ReStore has relocated to 3524 Pine Grove Ave., Port Huron.  The former Marysville location is closed.

Mobile Donation Centers

In an effort to make it easier for donors to deliver their items to the Blue Water Habitat for Humanity ReStore, we have launched the Mobile Donation Center.  Mobile Donation Centers will be set up throughout St. Clair and Sanilac Counties. People interested in donating material to the ReStore can drop off their tax-deductible donation at one of the following locations during the designated times. Our ReStore volunteers will be on hand to collect your donation and deliver it to the store! For additional information or to find out how host a Mobile Donation Center at your business or church call 810-364-6919, or 810-985-9080 ext. 208

In order to move forward we will need a few things and we feel there may be someone who will see this request that can offer some help in one way or another. Maybe you or someone you know can help us with our wish list below. Remember every little bit helps, and it may be that key piece that may be missing.

Remember the Blue Water Habitat for Humanity ReStore when you are doing your spring cleaning and your remodeling projects. All the funds we raise in the ReStore are put directly towards our mission of eliminating substandard housing. Thank you for all of your help.

ReStore Wish List 

  • Donated materials to sale
  • Appliances Furniture and home furnishings
  • Cabinets
  • Housewares (dishes and toys etc)
  • Doors
  • Hardware
  • Tools
  • Light fixtures
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Volunteers to help with cashiering and picking up donations  
  • Cash for purchase of new materials for resale
  • Donation of advertising
  • Newspaper ads
  • Radio ads
  • Direct mail ads
  • Give away promotional items (ink pens, key rings, hats, etc)
  • Free printing for thank you cards to send to donors

 To help with any of the above list please contact Michelle at the ReStore at 810-364-6919 or [ email ]

The Blue Water Habitat for Humanity ReStore is the building material recycling center for St. Clair and Sanilac Counties with proceeds benefiting Blue Water Habitat for Humanity. The operation accepts donations of new and used building materials, fixtures, appliances, and furniture from the general public and a variety of other sources.  Materials are sold to the general public at bargain prices to raise money for the Habitat mission in St. Clair and Sanilac Counties.

If you have any questions regarding a purchase or donation, please call the Restore at: 810-364-6919.

Be sure to check the Calendar often for special Restore events.

The overall strategy is to obtain and sell a wide selection of new, slight seconds, surplus and usable quality building materials to budget minded and do-it-yourself customers at extremely low prices (50% or more below retail) through a retail warehouse supported by a small staff and a large group of committed volunteers.

The desire for shelter is a basic human need. As the costs of building materials escalate, housing maintenance and improvements become increasingly unaffordable. Habitat for Humanity's recycling center addresses this problem by providing good quality building materials at greatly reduced prices as well as supporting the housing projects of the local affiliate.

At the same time, over-consumption of the planets resources is also a contributing factor to a decline in the quality of the environment. One way of stabilizing this situation is to reduce the amount of resources consumed. The ReStore contributes to this type of conservation by facilitating the re-use of building materials in the community. By re- using these materials, the items are kept out of the landfill sites and diverted from the waste stream.

Consistent with the overall vision of this organization, the ReStore mission would be: "To support the global mission of Blue Water Habitat for Humanity, (building homes in partnership with God's people in need) through the recycling of building materials. Four main areas of the ReStore will do this:

  1. Economic - being good stewards of valuable resources
  2. Environmental - reducing landfill disposal costs for builders
  3. Social - providing low-cost materials for neighborhood revitalization

Partnering - serving as a financial partner in the construction of Habitat homes by providing usable materials for the construction of its homes.