“Giving back” takes on a whole new meaning at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, a discount home improvement center located at 121 S. Rice Avenue in Oxnard. Whether you're a homeowner, business, contractor or builder, it begins when you donate your new or gently used, surplus or salvaged materials to Habitat. They are then resold at affordable prices far below retail, and you may even receive a tax deduction in return.
Supporting our community continues when you shop at the Habitat ReStore. It's open to the public, and there are great buys to be found on quality new and used items. Inventory changes daily, and the money you spend goes directly back to help Habitat build more homes. By shopping at the ReStore for building and home supplies, you're helping restore hope to those in need in Ventura County.
Merchandise may include appliances, sinks, tubs, cabinets, countertops, ceiling fans, doors, electrical, flooring, hardware, lighting, plumbing, toilets, tools, vents, windows and more! ReStore hours are 10am to 5pm Tuesday through Friday and 8am to 4pm on Saturday. Closed Sundays/Mondays. Bring donations until 30 minutes prior to close. For larger items, call to schedule a pickup!
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Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County has been working to provide adequate housing since 1983. To date, we have built more than 50 homes and repaired more than 500 houses in partnership with community volunteers and families in need in Ventura County. Habitat further helps family-partners become self-sufficient through its no-profit, no-interest loans.
Habitat for Humanity International was ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 builders in a closely watched industry list compiled by Builder Magazine. Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County has received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for its sound financial health. When you partner with us, through our ReStore or in countless other ways, you’re joining a strong, viable organization as we work to change lives by building hope from the ground up.