2219 South St, Nacogdoches TX, 75963

Temporarily Closed

Tuesday – Sunday: 10am to 6pm

Phone (936) 564-3861



We want your stuff! Donating to the ReStore is super easy, whether you’re downsizing, remodeling, or just cleaning out your house/garage/storage unit.


Check out our Donation Criteria to make sure we accept what you’d like to donate. We’ll help you unload your items, and will give you a tax deductible receipt!


If you have a large object that you would like picked up, please call or email your local ReStore with pictures and descriptions of what you would like to donate. We will work with you to pick up your donation as soon as we can!

We will move items out of your home, but everything needs to be prepped and ready to go – appliances fully disconnected, large desk units disassembled, and so forth.

Questions or comments? Call or email your nearest ReStore. All donations are subject to ReStore staff and driver discretion.

Our staff and volunteers are delighted to assist you in loading or unloading your vehicle. However, if you are in a hurry, have a particularly fragile object, or something that’s going to require great time or physical effort, we would really appreciate if you bring some help. Habitat for Humanity is not responsible for any damage that may occur during loading or transportation.


At the ReStore, you’ll find everything you need to simplify your projects, and spiff up your home at great prices. Our donations come from all across Nacogdoches County and exemplify the wonderful diversity of the Garden Capital of Texas.

Contractor? We have tools, hardware, doors, windows, lumber, brackets, and so many more building materials ready to support your project and wallet. Save yourself and your clients some money, while helping the environment and community!


The ReStore is a volunteer-driven home improvement store. We accept donations of new and gently used building materials, furniture, hardware, tools, and appliances. We then resell items at a fraction of the normal retail price.

The ReStore exists to salvage reusable materials, provide a source for inexpensive home improvement, and financially support sustainable and affordable housing in Nacogdoches County.