935 W. Grant Road Tucson, AZ 85705 (south side of Grant Rd. between Oracle Rd. & I-10)
Mon. – Fri. from 9am-5pm and Sat. from 8am to 4 pm
Shopping: Find good deals & have fun
YES! We are open to the public and because we receive donations every day, our inventory is always changing. Stroll through the store and find cabinets, appliances, couches, hardware, housewares, paint supplies, toilets and sinks, tables, framed art, bed frames, bookcases, and more…. You’ll find beautiful, gently used furniture in the
Smallsreed Fine Furniture Room, as well as a big room with cabinets and appliances priced to move, and building materials for all types of projects: electrical, plumbing, flooring, irrigation, painting, lighting, and interior design.
Join our Volunteer Team
We love our volunteers at the HabiStore! They serve customers, create sales displays, repair donated items, unload the trucks, and more. Find out how you can join our fabulous, friendly team.
Your purchases & donations help Habitat families & the environment
Donating and shopping at the HabiStore helps Habitat for Humanity build and renovate homes for hardworking local families. Proceeds are used to buy nails, lumber, roof tiles, windows and doors…all of the items required to construct a home and renovate existing homes. Feel good about making a difference!
Did you know that about 80% of what Americans throw away is recyclable, yet our recycling rate is only is less than 30%? You can help by shopping and donating to the HabiStore. Before you toss out that sofa, appliance or porch light, give us a call. Your unwanted item may be just what someone else is looking for and, by donating it, you help keep over 250 tons of material out of the local landfill.
HabiStore in the News
- Terry Dee’s interview with Mrs. Green’s World on 2/11/14
- Read more about the store in a story by KVOA Channel 4 here.
- Watch Habistore Director of Retail Operations Terry Dee discuss the importance of recycling with Tony Paniagua from Arizona Public Media. It’s a great story about how resale shops keep so much out of our landfills, and benefit nonprofits to boot!