Local Spotlight: Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity Restore

We love our apartments, but sometimes we all need a change of scenery with our interior decorating! Whether you want to find new furniture or you want to donate your old furniture, you’ve found just what you need with the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Never heard of this cool local shop? Read on to learn more!

What is the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore?

You’ve probably heard of Habitat for Humanity! They’re a famous charitable group that builds homes for those in need. The venture itself began in Americus, Georgia in 1973. Over the years, its accomplishments have continued to grow. One of them is the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The ReStore accepts donations, like furniture and building materials, and resells them cheaply. This allows them to earn money to fund their charity—and can contribute to the costs of building someone’s new home.

Donation Details

Do you have a table sitting around that you don’t use? Or a lamp? What about some wood from a project you ended up passing on? Well, the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore is happy to accept them all. You can even request that they pick up the items, so you can go about your day. Call their store at 334-699-1570 to get started.

Additionally, you can make a charitable monetary donation online here.

Shopping Details

If you’re redecorating, you can also visit the ReStore. They sell affordably-priced, pre-owned items like:

  • Building and D.I.Y. materials;
  • Home items, like mugs, containers, and plates;
  • Appliances;
  • Furniture, like couches, chairs, and tables;
  • And more.

Plus, you can also leave knowing that your purchases have helped fund their charitable endeavors. We call that a win-win!

Visiting Details

Planning a visit to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore? You can find the Wiregrass location at 2086 Montgomery Highway in Dothan, Alabama. Their hours run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. They are closed on Sundays.

Please, remember to wear a mask. You should also carry hand sanitizer with you, if possible. Finally, stay six feet apart or more from those who don’t live in your household. Thank you!


Sometimes, bringing a bit of good into the world is the easiest thing you’ll do all day—like visiting the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity ReStore. You can find affordable home goods, donate your old belongings, and contribute to an important charity, all in one place. After all, taking care of those around us is important!

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