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ReStores in Canada - Ontario: Southwest & Central

Ontario: Southwest & Central

Ajax
85 Chambers Drive Unit 7
(905) 428-7434


Alliston
239 Church Street South, Units 4 & 5
(705) 435-0336


Barrie
128 Brock St. Unit 2
(705) 735-2001


Bolton
12612 Hwy 50, Unit 12A
(905) 857-6696


Bracebridge
1964 Muskoka Beach Road
(705) 646-0106


Brampton
268 Rutherford Rd. South, Unit 3
(905) 455-0883


Brantford
408 Henry St
(519) 751-7474


Burlington
1800 Appleby Line Unit 10 and 11
(905) 637-4446 ext 229


Cambridge
200 Preston Parkway
(519) 653-5666


Chatham
566 Riverview Drive
(519) 352-4440


Collingwood
155 Sanford Fleming Dr
(705) 446-9740


Exeter
309 Main St. South
(519) 235-1010


Fonthill
2499 Hwy 20 East
905-892-2499


Goderich
120 Huckins Road
(519) 621-1612


Grimsby
185 South Service Road
905-309-7365


Guelph
Unit 300, 104 Dawson Road
(519) 767-9752 ext 27


Hamilton
285 Nash Road N
(905) 560-6707


Hanover
1049 7th Avenue
(519) 371-6776


Huntsville
3 Crescent Road
705-788-0305


Leamington
1 Iroquois Rd. Unit 2
(519) 322-4483


Listowel
1-500 Rocher Rd.
(519) 815-8158


London North
5-40 Pacific Court
(519) 659-1949 ext. 225


London South
317 Adelaide Street South
(519) 659-1949 ext.281


Midland
253 Whitfield Crescent
(705) 528-0681


Milton
25 Brown Street
(905) 693-0444


Mississauga
4500 Dixie Road, Unit 11 and 12
905-828-0987


Mount Forest
286 Main Street South
519-509-4400


Newmarket
16715 Yonge St., Unit C
(905) 868-8723


Orangeville
Unit 1, 202 First St
(519) 415-4500


Orillia
220 James Street West
(705) 327-3279


Oshawa
200 John St West
905-728-8831


Owen Sound
223017 Grey Road 17
(519) 371-6776


Port Elgin
1215 MacKenzie Road
(519) 371-6776


Sarnia
1787 London Line
(519) 339-7957


Simcoe
29 Park Road
(519) 426-8686


St. Catharines
150 Bunting Road
(905) 685-7365 x7


St. Thomas
5-280 Edward Street
(519) 631-6868


Stratford
245 Griffith Rd
(519) 273-7155 


Toronto (East York)
155 Bermondsey Road
(416) 755-7353 X248


Toronto (Etobicoke)
7 Queen Elizabeth Blvd
(416) 755-7353 X302


Toronto (Markham)
7701 Woodbine Avenue
(416) 755-7353 x305


Toronto (North York)
1120 Caledonia Road
(416) 755-7353 X301


Toronto (Scarborough Centre)
1181 Kennedy Road
416-755-7353 x304


Toronto (Studio District)
3 Carlaw Ave.
(416) 755-7353 X303


Uxbridge
141 Reach Street, Unit #7
(905) 852-5888


Vaughan
405 Rowntree Dairy Rd. 
(905) 265-1079


Waterloo
120 Northfield Drive East
(519) 747-0664


Windsor
3064 Devon Dr.
(519) 969-3762


Woodstock
1058 Parkinson Road
(519) 421-0003


 
 

 

Why Scott McGillivray donates to Habitat for Humanity ReStore

What is a Habitat ReStore and how does it help my community?

Habitat for Humanity ReStores are home and building supply stores that accept and resell quality new and used building materials. Shopping at a Habitat ReStore is a socially conscious decision, as funds generated are used to fund local Habitat for Humanity homebuilding projects. It’s also an environmentally conscious decision, as much of what is sold is product that is new, gently used or customer returns that would otherwise end up in a landfill.

Seems like a great idea!

It is, and it’s a Canadian idea at that. Five volunteers from Winnipeg, Manitoba opened Habitat for Humanity’s first-ever ReStore in 1991. Today, there are nearly 100 ReStores across Canada and more than 1,000 worldwide, all raising funds to enable more families to partner with Habitat and access affordable homeownership.

Every ReStore is different, offering a unique shopping experience for those looking to add something new to their homes. The inventory is always changing, as new items are donated by local residents and businesses daily. Consumers can expect to find items such as windows, doors, paint, hardware, lumber, tools, lighting fixtures, furniture and appliances.

Habitat ReStores accept donations from the general public and businesses. For more information on Habitat for Humanity ReStores, consult our FAQ. To find out what your local ReStore will accept and if they will pick-up your donation, please contact them directly.

Volunteer at a Habitat ReStore

While many Habitat build projects only take place at certain times of the year, Habitat ReStores provide the opportunity to volunteer year-round. They are always looking for new volunteers, and are a great place to learn skills and meet new people, all while helping build more affordable Habitat homes for local families.

Contact your nearest location to find out how you can get involved.