Habitat for Humanity of Omaha

Habitat for Humanity of Omaha ReStore

Omaha's Habitat ReStore locations.  

Simple, decent shelter is a basic human need. Omaha's two Habitat for Humanity ReStore locations are discount retail outlets that address the issue of poverty housing in two ways:

  • by providing an affordable way for community members to purchase building materials and home fixtures for maintaining and fixing up their homes, and
  • by using 100 percent of net proceeds to help fund Habitat for Humanity of Omaha.

Omaha's first Habitat ReStore, located at 1003 S 24 ST, opened its doors in 2000 and has been selling building materials and home fixtures at prices 50 to 70 percent lower than their retail cost ever since. In August 2012 Omaha's second Habitat ReStore opened at 10910 Emmet Street. Both locations are open to the public and are proud to offer affordable and eco-friendly ways for those living in and around the Omaha area to purchase quality new and used home maintenance and building supplies.

Along with providing this valuable service to the community, Omaha's Habitat ReStore outlets have diverted a substantial number of usable items from local landfills. In 2013 more than 4,000 tons of materials were diverted from the landfill and given a second life through Habitat ReStore.

Habitat ReStore carries everything from doors, cabinets and lighting fixtures to appliances, windows, flooring and much more. Donations come in daily, making each visit a slightly different experience.

Omaha's Habitat ReStore Hours
South Habitat ReStore Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 6 pm; Sunday: Closed
West Maple Habitat ReStore Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 8 pm;  Sunday: Closed

 Refrigerator at ReStore  Paint at ReStore Lighting Fixture at ReStore  Door Knobs at ReStore


Volunteers
, donors and customers are essential to Habitat ReStore's success. Without the help of these groups of people Omaha's Habitat ReStore outlets would not be able to fund the building or renovation of 4 - 6 Habitat homes in Omaha this year.

Grant Awards

Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality deq.state.ne.us
   
The Nebraska Environmental Trust environmentaltrust.org

 

The Habitat for Humanity of Omaha ReStore would like to thank The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and The Nebraska Environmental Trust  for their recent grant awards.  

South Habitat ReStore: 1003 South 24th Street, Omaha, NE 68108 - One block south of Leavenworth on 24th Street

West Maple Habitat ReStore: 10910 Emmet Street, Omaha, NE 68164 - Northwest of 108th and Maple Streets

Photos by James Nedresky.