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When you shop at ReStore, you help Habitat help others. Visit our ReStore in person to find bargain deals on brand new household items. Every dollar you spend will go toward our mission to build homes, communities, and hope.

Maple Shade Location

530 Route 38 E
Maple Shade, NJ
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Hours of Operation

Open Daily

Hamilton Location

2465 S Broad St
Suite E2
Hamilton, NJ
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Hours of Operation

Open Daily

Egg Harbor Township Location

6825 Tilton Road, Suite B1
Egg Harbor Township, NJ
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Hours of Operation

Open Daily

Pennsauken Location

7937 S. Crescent Blvd
Pennsauken, NJ
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Hours of Operation

Open Tuesday- Saturday
10:00am - 6:00pm
*Starting April 1st, this location will be open 7 days a week.

What is a ReStore?

Habitat for Humanity ReStores are home improvement stores that sell new furniture, appliances, home improvement products, building materials, and more at a fraction of the retail prices. Every purchase, every donation, and every hour volunteered supports our mission to create, promote, and preserve affordable housing in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, and Mercer Counties

Our Impact


pounds of materials diverted from landfills since 2006


pick-ups completed since 2010


raised in 2018 to support affordable housing

Why shop ReStore?

There’s no better source in town for creative, low-cost home renovation and design–we’ve got what you need to start (and finish) an amazing project on a budget. And our inventory is always changing, so every time you visit you’ll find something new for your home!

Why donate items to ReStore?

ReStore makes it easy for companies to donate furniture, home goods, and construction materials to be sold in our store at a profit to Habitat for Humanity.  Thanks to ReStore donations, we have raised more than $2 Million to support our mission in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden and Mercer Counties. Plus, when you donate to our ReStores, items that might otherwise end up in a landfill find new homes. In the past year, we’ve diverted over 3.1 million pounds of usable material.

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