Shop. Donate. Volunteer. Buy Coffee for Habitat on October 7.

A couch at the Habitat Store

We have a showroom and two warehouses FULL of furniture, appliances, building supplies and more.

World Habitat DayShopping at the Habitat Store: Not just a gift for you, but a gift for families in need. (And the planet!)

If you follow us on Facebook, you probably already know about our Store.

Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County sells donated new and used furniture, appliances, housewares and building supplies at 50% or less of retail. Anyone can shop (or donate items), and all the funds we raise from sales help build simple, decent, affordable homes right here in Whatcom County.

So if you’re shopping for a unique gift, redecorating, or working on a home renovation project, we hope you’ll make the Habitat Store your first stop. You’ll save money, help deserving families, and do some good for our environment by giving good (and great) stuff a new, useful life.

Don’t know where we are? Find us right here.

Next week: Learn why a donation to Habitat is a gift that keeps giving, and giving, and giving….

Comments

  1. Habitat for Humanity doesn’t give houses away. We sell them at cost, with a 0% mortgage, to hard-working, responsible families in need.
    That means that when you make a donation to Habitat, what you’re really doing is investing in our partner families. A $3 donation can allow Habitat to purchase one framing stud for home. When a partner family buys that home, they will pay Habitat back your $3 investment in their mortgage.
    When we get that monthly mortgage payment, we will use it to buy more framing studs, more nails, more siding, for more houses for more families.
    So your donation to Habitat never goes away. In fact, it grows over time. It’s a hand up, not a hand out.

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