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Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk is an independently operated affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, which began in 1976. Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is an ecumenical Christian partnership of concerned people working together with people who live in substandard housing or who cannot find adequate housing at a price they can afford.HFHI has built over 250,000 houses in over 3000 communities world-wide providing homes for over 1,000,000 people.

Habitat Suffolk’s goal is to build an average of 12-15 houses annually, building for as long as needed to make sure every family in Suffolk County has a simple, decent and affordable place to live and call home. Individuals,churches, synagogues, community groups, students, and business/corporations make up the majority of funding for materials,with federal, county and local township grants primarily for land acquisition and infrastructure expenses.

Volunteers come from all walks of life and may or may not have any building experience.Volunteers on site projects are supervised by Habitat-trained personnel.

Habitat for Humanity Suffolk is able to produce houses for approximately$100,000 each.  We issue a no-profit, no interest mortgage on each home. The homeowner pays approximately $800-950 a month (depending on the township) including mortgage, taxes and insurance.  Each homeowner agrees to contribute 270 hours of building time (sweat equity) on his or her own home and other Habitat homes, to complete educational classes, and to perform community service as the down-payment on their new home.

Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk opened the doors to it's ReStore to the public on September 04, 2002. The ReStore's first "tag sale"  response from shoppers was overwhelmingly positive. People commented that shopping the cozy, but well organized store is pleasant experience and that they are pleasantly surprised by the quality of merchandise and great bargains to be found there.

This is the first ReStore on Long Island, and everyone is anticipating that it will be a great success, not only in raising money for building homes, but also providing low cost home improvement materials forpeople in our community and taking perfectly good items out of the waste stream and putting them to good use.

Most of the items in ReStore are new, and sell for 66% off of the retail price. Not surprising, considering that ReStore shoppers can buy these costly and useful items for one third of their original prices.

ReStore accepts donations of either new or very gently used building materials& supplies, appliances. These items are then sold to the general public usually at a 66% discount of the retail price.

Your tax-deductible donation to ReStore reduces overload at local landfills,saves costly pickup and tipping fees, relieves you the hassle of selling the items yourself all while helping Habitat for Humanity build houses for those in Suffolk County in need of affordable housing.

For more information about volunteering, please click here
For more information about becoming a Habitat homeowner, please click here
For more information about making a donation, please click here
For frequently asked questions (FAQ), please click here






We need your Kitchen! If your kitchen is just not your style and is too good to go in your garage, that is something we are interested in.

Not only can you help support Habitat for Humanity and receive a possible Tax write off, but you would also be helping another family update their home!

Please tell a friend.

Please note:


All donations must be considered in new or excellent conditions. All donations must be 100% clean with no broken parts.  As you know with the high cost of fuel, labor and insurance it is extremely expensive to operate a pick up service.

Any donations that can be dropped of at our location during normal business hours would be greatly appreciated. Please call for approvals.

 All donations to be picked up and dropped off should be neat, clean, and are subject to our approval. 

Quick Notes:

  Kitchen sets must be 100% complete, with doors attached.


  Windows must be less then 5 years old and less then 7 ft wide.

  TV's less then 30", with remote and RCA ports are OK for Drop off only.

  Sorry, no used furniture at this time.  No Used Shower Doors.


  No hollow core flush or over sized doors. No Used Whirlpool Tubs.

  Nothing with water damage. Please check first to avoid disappointment.

  All donations must be 100% assembled and complete.

 We accept almost anything new in box.

 

To Donate: 

Email: restore1@optonline.net


Pictures are appreciated

Email us a description of what you would like to donate along with your name, address and phone #.

Donations Hot Line - Ed Thompson  631-767-1612

Please visit  http://suffolkrestore.com/donationsfor more information




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Tuesday-Friday        9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday                   9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sunday                           CLOSED


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