Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County (Habitat CFC) is expanding to create one of the largest gently used furniture and home improvement outlets in the State of Connecticut. The Habitat CFC ReStore, located in Stratford, is adding 20,000 square feet of additional space. When the expansion is complete, the ReStore in Stratford will be one of the ten largest ReStores in the nation.
Annual donations and sales of furniture, appliances and building supplies at the Habitat CFC ReStore keep over 800 tons of household goods out of our landfills, while the proceeds help to fund Habitat’s construction of affordable homes throughout Coastal Fairfield County.
Habitat for Humanity is an international organization dedicated to improving access to decent and affordable shelter. Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County is one of the organization’s independently governed affiliates that work with thousands of volunteers to create homeownership opportunities for hard working families throughout 70 countries. Habitat CFC just celebrated its 30th anniversary focusing on the affordable housing needs of the communities in Coastal Fairfield County. The agency expects to complete its 200th home early in 2016.
Donate to the ReStore:
Check the store’s website at www.fairfieldcountyrestore.org or call the Donation Hotline at (203)383-4358. Donations may be dropped off at the ReStore location. If the item is too large to transport, the ReStore offers a free pick up service in lower Fairfield County.
Shop at the ReStore:
Store Location- 1785 Stratford Avenue, Stratford, CT 06615 (store entrance is on Honeyspot Road). Just off Ext 31 on I-95 (in either direction).
Store Hours- Tuesday – Friday 10am to 6pm, Saturday 9am – 4pm, closed Sunday and Monday.
About Habitat ReStores:
Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, building materials, appliances, and home accessories to the public at a fraction of the retail price. With more than 979 stores in five countries, proceeds generated by Habitat ReStores are used to help build homes, communities and hope locally and around the world. For more information, visit www.fairfieldcountyrestore.org.