Building hope, changing lives

What is the ReStore?

Here’s how it works:

Habitat for Humanity accepts donations of new and saleable, used building materials such as cabinets, lighting and plumbing fixtures, doors, lumber, flooring, and windows, as well as appliances and household items (no clothes). Some materials will be used to build Habitat houses. The rest will be sold to the public at 25-75% off the retail price.

Your Habitat ReStore:

  • Makes home improvements more affordable.
  • Helps Habitat build more homes.
  • Prevents usable building materials from going to a landfill.

See our donation guidelines

Bruce Industrial Park
230 Arden Drive
Belgrade, MT 59714

(406) 388-2851

Tue. — Sat: 9am-4pm

Drop-offs can be made
during business hours.

See map and directions »

Common questions about the Belgrade ReStore

How do I donate an item to the ReStore?

Donations are accepted on the days and hours that ReStore is open. Donors should call the ReStore (388-2851) during our regular business hours to obtain approval and to schedule a time to drop off donations.

Where is the ReStore located?

The Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley ReStore is located at Bruce Industrial Park in Belgrade, MT. Please visit our Bozeman ReStore map and directions page for more information.

What are the ReStore's business hours?

The Bozeman ReStore is open for business on Wednesday to Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Donations accepted during business hours.

Who operates the Bozeman Habitat ReStore?

Your ReStore is operated on an all-volunteer basis. Please be courteous and patient with the people volunteering their time. If you would like to volunteer, please leave your name and contact info with one of the volunteers or visit the 'Get Involved' section of this site.

Will someone be available to help me load or unload large items?

Since the ReStore is operated on an all-volunteer basis, we do not have staff availabe to load items purchased or donated for customers. Please bring your own helpers and an appropriate vehicle for loading and unloading.

How can I help?

The ReStore is an ambitious project, and we need the continued help of a lot of people in many different ways to make it successful. You can help by volunteering, donating good used building materials, or simply by shopping at your Habitat ReStore.

All donations to the Habitat ReStore are tax deductible!

What is your mission and core values?

Items we don't accept at Bozeman ReStore

The Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley ReStore isn't a typical thrift store. Our goal is to provide higher quality household and construction goods to make home improvements more affordable for Montana families.

We do not accept the following items:

  • Anything in non-saleable condition
  • Stained or old carpet
  • Water heaters, unless brand new in the unopened box
  • Cabinet doors or drawers by themselves
  • Metal aluminum windows
  • Clothes
  • Skis or Ski equipment
  • Exercise equipment
  • Paint (except new unopened cans)