Buy a Bargain, Build a Home

New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore supports the affiliate’s building activities by raising funds through the sales of new or slightly used building materials offered to the public at 30-80% off retail prices. Volunteers help process and merchandise these building materials. Shopping the ReStore helps support New Orleans Habitat’s building efforts.



2900 Elysian Fields Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70122
between I-10 and I-610
 
Hours
Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 am until 6:00 pm

To schedule a pick-up, call:
(504) 943-2240 or click here 


Visit the ReStore 

Habitat ReStore sells donated building material to support New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing.

The ReStore contributes to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity's mission of eliminating substandard housing in two ways: by providing the greater New Orleans area with an affordable source of home repair and maintenance supplies; and by providing a self-sustaining source of funding for the affiliate. The ReStore helps Habitat build homes!

Additionally, the ReStore promotes good stewardship of resources by keeping materials from the landfill. The ReStore adds an option for shoppers looking for a bargain, searching for specialty items, or who may be unable to purchase maintenance and improvement items at full price.

ReStore Art Show!
Click below for the details of our ReStore Art Show on Saturday, September 27, at the Coq Rouge Gallery!

Coq Rouge to Host ReStore Art Show

Continuing NOAHH's commitment to the artists of New Orleans, the ReStore will be holding an art show in partnership with Coq Rouge Gallery at 905 Cadiz St. in New Orleans on Saturday, September 27 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The show will feature local artists using materials acquired from the ReStore to create new art works, most of which will be auctioned off, with all proceeds going to NOAHH. Admission is free. "We are promoting a culture of creative reuse in the city," said ReStore director Wesley... Read More »