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Let's get Kim's house finished!
Written by Rachel Gatewood   
Friday, 15 July 2016 16:04

Donation Items We Love!
Written by ReStore   
Thursday, 28 April 2016 15:47


Must be in good working order:


Range Hoods


Small Appliances


Washing Machines




Bedroom Sets


Buffet Servers




Coffee / End Tables


Dining Sets

Framed Mirrors

TV Stands

Upholstered Furniture


Bathroom Vanities

Kitchen Cabinets


Doors – All types, old and new






Cabinet Knobs

Door Knobs / Deadbolts

Electrical Hardware



Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Lights


Hanging Lights


Plumbing Supplies



Shower Stalls


Wall Tile

Floor Tile

Decorative Tile / Glass

Tile / Mosaic

This list is not fully inclusive of every item we accept at the ReStore.

Please call us at 434-793-3630 if you have any questions about a donation.


January D-I-Y Workshop
Written by Rachel Gatewood   
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 11:25

Three generations of artists participated in our January D-I-Y workshop to make beautiful colorful serving trays.












Using cabinet doors and mismatched handles from the ReStore, decorative stamps and special ink were used to create unique works of art.












Join us Saturday, February 13th from 9:30 - 12:00 for our next D-I-Y workshop.  We will be making cabinet door chalkboards.  $6 per participant (limit 5 participants).

Challenge made...challenge met!!!
Written by Rachel Gatewood   
Thursday, 07 January 2016 12:26

5 Gifts for under $20 from the ReStore
Written by Hollie Adams, Habitat friend   
Monday, 09 November 2015 19:22

Hi there!  Hollie here.  I've been invited to share with you a few ideas on how to save BIG for Christmas this year.  It all starts with a visit to our awesome local Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

I could seriously wander in our ReStore for hours!  There are SO MANY amazing things for sale.  When my friend was finally able to drag me out of the store on my last visit, I came home with a window, a few cabinet doors, a glass block, various cabinet knobs and a ton of ideas for Christmas this year all totaling around $26.

First on my to do list was a nightlight for the kiddos.  My husband was kind enough to drill a hole in the bottom of the glass block ($4) so I could put a string of Christmas lights inside.  I glittered and glued a wooden sign ($3) from a local craft store to the front and made a bow for the top ($5).  Total cost $12.  I think my nieces and nephew will all be getting a nightlight for Christmas this year!

Next up I painted a cabinet door ($2) with leftover paint I had laying around my house.  I added sticker letters from a local craft store ($3) and glued clothespins ($1) onto the bottom for holding pictures.  Total cost $6.  Now my mom can update her pictures of the grandchildren on more than just the refrigerator!

I used the same paint from the previous picture holder and painted another cabinet door ($2).  I spray painted the cabinet knobs ($.25 each) and my husband drilled holes in the bottom for attaching.  Total cost $3.25.

My best friends from childhood and I have been giving each other ornaments every year for Christmas since middle school.  I have an entire separate tree, that my husband lovingly calls "the pink tree," dedicated to just their ornaments. As we get older we are looking for more creative and sentimental ways to give each other ornaments.  After completing my cabinet door projects I had all of this hardware left over.  So I glued the pieces together to form the junk angel's wings and body and used twine (because that's what I had around the house) to form the halo and hanger.  Total cost FREE!

Last but not least is a gift that would melt any mom's heart.  I used an old window ($15) and three 8x10 photos that I had printed from years ago along with a few free online printables to fill the other empty spaces.  I would love to open a thoughtful gift like this from my husband on Christmas morning!  Would your wife love this as well?

I hope this gives you some inspiration to help kick-start your Christmas shopping starting at the ReStore.  And the best part of all is that all proceeds from the ReStore support Danville Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity's mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.

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2805 Riverside Drive
Danville, VA 24540

Phone (434) 793-3630
Fax (434) 793-6461

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P.O. Box 718
Danville, VA 24543


Hours:  Mon-Fri 10:00am - 2:00pm and by appointment

ReStore Hours

Tuesdays & Wednesday 10AM-2PM
Thursday & Friday 2PM-7PM
Saturday 8AM-2PM