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Remember The ReStore This Fall

Embrace the End of Summer Clean-Up: Donate and Shop at the ReStore 

It’s that time of year again – the perfect opportunity to embark on your end-of-summer clean-up, start the moving process, or begin back-to-school preparations. The ReStore wants to remind you of the incredible impact your actions can have on our community and the environment. So, as you sort through your belongings and get ready for the next season, please consider donating and shopping at Teton Habitat ReStore. 

Clear Out Clutter Responsibly

The end of summer brings a sense of renewal, making it a great time to declutter your home, garage, or storage unit, and let go of items you no longer need. Instead of tossing them in the trash, why not choose a more sustainable option? By donating gently used furniture, appliances, building materials, and more to Habitat ReStore, you’re not only giving your belongings a second chance at life but also helping to reduce waste in landfills.

A Win-Win: Shopping with Purpose

As you gear up for the upcoming months, whether it’s outfitting a new apartment, sprucing up your living space, or getting ready to head back to college, Habitat ReStore is your go-to destination. Our store is a treasure trove of unique finds, from furniture to home décor, all at affordable prices. By shopping at the ReStore, you can score incredible deals while supporting a worthy cause – building truly affordable housing for families in need.

Supporting Your Community

Every donation and purchase at Habitat ReStore contributes to the mission of Habitat for Humanity – making sure everyone has a safe, decent, and affordable place to call home. Your actions directly impact local families and individuals, creating a ripple effect of positive change within the community. It’s a wonderful way to give back and create a lasting legacy of kindness.

Eco-Friendly Choices

Embracing sustainable practices doesn’t stop with donating and shopping. When you support Habitat ReStore, you’re also making an environmentally conscious choice. By reusing and repurposing items, you’re reducing the demand for new production, conserving resources, and lowering your carbon footprint. It’s a small change that makes a big difference for our planet.

As the summer sun sets and you dive into your end-of-summer rituals, remember the power of your actions. Habitat ReStore is your partner in making a positive impact on the community and the environment. Donating and shopping at the ReStore clears out clutter, saves you money, and supports Habitat for Humanity’s mission. Together, we can build a brighter future, one donation and one purchase at a time.


The Restore is located at: 

850 W. Broadway Suite D

in the Grand Teton Plaza

Jackson, WY 83001


Our hours are: 

Tues – Friday: 9am – 5pm

Saturday: 10am – 5pm


Donations Accepted

Tues – Friday: 9am – 4pm

Saturday: 10am – 4pm


Have questions? Contact us at: 



September ReStore Update

It’s been a busy month in the ReStore with a lot of changes taking place. First, the ReStore is excited to have a new Point of Sale system called ThrifCart. This system is geared specifically for thrift stores and more than half of the ReStores in the nation are now using it. As we continue to work with ThiftCart we will be adding new features to help our mission and efficiency.

Along with the new POS system, we have also started a Customer Loyalty Rewards program. To sign up we just need you name and phone number. Every $5 you spend earns a point and every 100 points gets $5 off your next purchase and points do not expire! To sign up, see an associate in the ReStore or email restore@tetonhabitat.org.

On top of that, the ReStore started a new partnership with GreenSheen. GreenSheen operates out of Denver Colorado and recycles paint as a small-batch, eco-friendly option. Contractors, individuals, and other companies drop off to them and they recycle it in their warehouse which then ships worldwide. The recycled ‘new’ paint is then repackaged into appropriate-sized containers (1 gallon cans or 5 gallon buckets) and sent to the ReStore for sale. Our shelves are currently stocked with 18 color options as well as white.

Finally, The EPA has released new guidelines on light bulb efficiency. Light bulbs must have 45 lumens to every watt, because of this we are now only taking LED bulbs to ensure we are keeping up with more eco-friendly guidelines.