Habitat for Humanity's ReStore program accepts new and used building materials from contractors and homeowners as well as building supply retail stores. Materials are available for purchase by homeowners, landlords, small contractors, and artists at very reasonable discount prices, allowing them to increase the value of neighborhoods and the community. This saves the contractors and homeowners from paying disposal costs for otherwise usable goods while conserving landfill space and valuable resources.
WHO: Open to the public. No guidelines or restrictions.
WHAT: Interior/exterior doors, windows, door latches and locks, new paint, electrical supplies, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, bricks, caulking, plumbing fixtures (tubs, toilets, sinks), misc. hardware, and more.
WHEN: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Kansas City Environmental Campus, 4701 Deramus (east of Chouteau Trafficway between the Missouri River and Front Street in Kansas City, Mo.) and Waldo ReStore at 303 W. 79th Street (just E. of Wornall).
OPERATED BY: Habitat for Humanity, Kansas City, Mo.
WITH SUPPORT FROM: The City of Kansas City, Mo., The Office of Environmental Quality, Mid-America Regional Council Solid Waste District and Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
All proceeds support Habitat for Humanity: building homes for those in need.