The HabiStore is Habitat for Humanity Tucson’s home improvement outlet where you’ll discover something new and used every day. We are open to the public 7 days a week.
The HabiStore accepts donated new and used building materials, furniture, appliances, lighting fixtures and other home goods, and we sell them to raise money for Habitat homebuilding projects.
Our shoppers are some of the most creative on the planet. We love how they re-think, re-imagine and re-invent with used materials.
We are also home to some of the most amazing volunteers! When you volunteer at the HabiStore, your efforts help build homes & hope in our community. HabiStore volunteers help customers, create sales displays, repair donated items, unload the trucks, and more. Find out how you can join our fabulous, friendly team.
Why we do what we do…
Habitat for Humanity Tucson provides individuals and businesses an effective method to donate and purchase new or gently used household goods and building materials. Proceeds generated from the sale of donated items help families seeking decent, affordable housing in Southern Arizona.
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We sell new and used building materials, appliances, furniture and other home goods at deeply discounted prices. All sales help fund home building and repair projects right here in our community.
We accept a variety of new and reclaimed building materials, furniture and appliances in good working condition. Please see our donation guide for details on what we can an cannot accept.
Our volunteers have a lot of roles to fill — from providing helpful customer service to creating DIY projects and displays, repairing furniture, and organizing stock. We’ll find a place where you’ll fit in and a role that interests you.