Building a Greater Los Angeles Blog

Here at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles we are working around the clock to build hope, lives, and communities. We are able to do this with help of volunteers, donors and through our ReStores.

watering cans If  you have not yet visited one of our ReStores, they are home improvement thrift  stores that serve the community and help us generate additional funding to  build more homes.

ReStores were established to be a self-sustaining funding source for Habitat for Humanity affiliates, as well as to provide local communities with low-cost building and home improvement materials.

The ReStore sells donated materials including new and gently used furniture, appliances, lumber, hardware, vintage and unique items to the public.

All of these items are available to the public for at least 50% off retail value.
building materialsJust this week, Habitat for Humanity International launched a brand new blog dedicated to ReStores. WHYRESTORE? features everything from do-it-yourself and earth-friendly ideas to home improvement ideas submitted by real customers.

We invite you to visit WHY RESTORE? for great tips and ideas, and to locate a ReStore near you.

And please visit our local Los Angeles area ReStores to see what treasures await you. If you have items you’d like to donate, contact us today to set up a pick up or locate the nearest drop off location.

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About EMC
Erin G. Rank is the President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA), which serves 112 cities and unincorporated areas in Los Angeles County. Erin has been a valued member of the Habitat for Humanity organization for more than 15 years and remains dedicated to making housing a global priority. She has served on Habitat for Humanity International’s U.S. Council, which oversees policy making for all U.S. affiliates of Habitat for Humanity.

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