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Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Butte County

History Habitat for Humanity of Chico store sign.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Butte County originated in 2004.

Operations

  • The ReStore has established many commercial accounts; Lowe's is a loyal donator to the ReStore.
  • Cory Beynon is the ReStore Director and Michael Cudney is the restore supervisor. We have several other paid employees and a host of great volunteers to round out our staff.
  • Volunteers are always welcome. Call or visit the Restore for information on how you can volunteer.
  • The ReStore contains 12,000 square feet of indoor space, as well as an outdoor area.
Materials Accepted Source of Materials Collection Services Geographic
Service Area
Usable construction and demolition materials such as:
Bath Tubs, Bricks, Cabinets for Kitchens/Baths, Carpet and Pads, Doors (Interior and Exterior), Faucets for Kitchens/Baths, Gravel, Heating/AC Units, Hot Water Heaters, Lighting Fixtures, Paint (Interior and Exterior), Towel Bars for Bathrooms, Sliding Glass Doors, Towel Bars for Bathrooms, Vinyl for Bathrooms, Whole House Fans
Eighty (80) percent of the materials come from homeowners; the remaining 20 percent come from businesses. Call for details Butte County.

Paint for sale. Doors for sale.

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Last updated: May 23, 2014
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