Habitat Restore

1831 Wabash Avenue

Terre Haute, Indiana 47807

(812) 232-9200


Wabash Valley Habitat:  Changing our culture one family at a time 

Our ReStore is proudly owned and operated by Wabash Valley Habitat for Humanity to serve our mission of building homes, communities and hope

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In spite of a rainy Saturday morning the ReStore successfully celebrated its 2013 Grand Re-Opening.  Mayor Bennett was on hand to congratulate Habitat for the progress being made and to encourage our continuing efforts.  Mayor Bennett also surprised us with a city donation of $500 for the ReStore home build which is being kicked off next weekend. 


The Habitat ReStore is the Title Sponsor for the upcoming build.  All funds raised by the ReStore and its staff  through other fund raising efforts from now through September will be applied to the cost of material and services involved in building the new home at 930 Gilbert Avenue here in Terre Haute. 


In addition to the $500 building contribution from the city, door prizes including gift certificates and merchandise were donated by Ampacet Corporation, Central TV, Dawg Leg Restaurant, Jeannie's TV and Appliances, Rural King, Starbucks, Subway, and The Beauty Shop.  Drawing for the door prizes will extend throughout this week (June 5 through June 8) with 2 or 3 prizes being awarded each business day.  Be sure to stop in, shop, and register for a door prize.  All entries throughout the week will be included in each drawing.  You need not be present to win.



We are showing the modular office furniture on the left in its largest configuration. But, the pieces can be moved around to fit many space settings and task requirements. We are currently storing the pieces off-site. But, the new cashiering area at the ReStore has been furnished with the same furniture.  If you have the space and the need for lots of flat surface space, this unit is the one for you!

The sleigh bed on the right is so special we had to add it as a Special Feature this week. Priced at just $200 this beautiful queen-size sleigh bed would make a wonderful addition to any bedroom large enough to handle it. If you have time, please stop by to look at it.

Remember, we are open Wednesday through Saturday, 9-2pm and until 6pm on Friday.

Save your money, neighborhood, community, and the earth!  Your local  Habitat ReSTORE is the place the Wabash Valley community can get quality  construction materials at bargain prices.  Well kept homes make safer neighborhoods.


Contribute by donating or as a buying customer

Your contribution as a donor or as a buyer at the ReSTORE not only keeps useable materials out of the landfill, but saves on your hauling costs. And, your donation is also tax deductible!  Free pickup service is available by calling the ReSTORE, 812-232-9200.


Remember, the ReStore, at 19th and Wabash here in Terre Haute, Indiana, is open Wednesdays, 9-2, Thursdays, 9-2, Fridays 9-6, and Saturday, 9-2.  We are closed on most holidays.



Merchandise we accept as donations and offer for sale: 

  • New and usable used building materials such as lumber, insulation, hardwood and tile flooring, windows, doors, etc.

  • New and usable kitchen and bathroom cabinets

  • New and used appliances that are in good working order

  • New and gently used furniture

  • New items which are surplus or discontinued items from local hardware stores, building contractors, landscape companies

  • Many other items donated by businesses and individuals


Items we typically do not accept:

  • bedding (unless in good condition and unstained)

  • clothing

  • broken items

  • items needing repair .. we don't have the facilities to make even minor repairs


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 try very hard to 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.

Wabash Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 1831 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana 47807   (812)232-9200


Last modified: 06/01/2013