OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (Tuesday-Saturday from 10am to 6pm)

Great Deals, Great Cause!

Shop at the Habitat for Humanity Stores! Love upcycling, DIY projects, or just great deals on furniture, appliances, or building supplies? Shoppers visit the Habitat Stores time and time again because we sell new and gently used building materials, tools, hardware, appliances and furniture at amazing discounted prices!

How do the stores work? 

We are able to offer incredible discounts on our merchandise thanks to the support of our community. Items sold in the Habitat Stores are generously donated by local contractors, businesses, and residents. We could not keep our stores running without their ongoing support. Interested in donating to the Habitat Stores? We offer free pickup and online donation scheduling. Visit our donation page to learn more.

Where does my money go?

Every purchase funds Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing and repair projects right here in our community. We’re the home improvement outlet that sparks the imagination and saves you money while diverting around literal tons of reusable goods from area landfills each year.

Items we sell

Our donation trucks pick up items in the community from Tuesday-Saturday, and we are always getting in new merchandise. Check out our Facebook page for new updates!

*Items go fast! Items posted on our page may not be representative of current items for sale. Please check with each store for items you would like to buy.* 

Bellevue

(425) 641-2643

Southcenter

(206) 957-6914

Auburn

(253) 329-5532

Upcoming Holiday Closures

Thanksgiving (Thursday, November 22nd & Friday the 23rd)

Christmas (Tuesday, December 25th & Wednesday, December 26th)

New Year’s Day (Tuesday, January 1st, 2019)

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Store Management

Bellevue & Southcenter Store Manager

Eric F.

Auburn Store Manager

Becca B.

Assistant Managers

  Dustin Y. (Bellevue)

Kenitha H. (Southcenter)

 Darrel W. (Auburn)

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