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Day 206: Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Day 206 of 365…

Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Vancouver WashingtonDo you wish you could get home improvement supplies at a discounted rate? Do you ever have extra supplies that you wish could go to good use? If you can answer yes to either of these questions then have I got the place for you. Down on 4th Plain just off of Stapleton Road you’ll find Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore. This ReStore is open to the public and sells a variety of good quality building materials, appliances, furniture and other home improvement products at a fraction of retail prices. They have a large selection of tiles and flooring as well. The store is run by volunteers who desire to give back to the community and support Habitat for Humanities vision…

 

 

Our vision: A community where everyone has a simple, decent, affordable place to live; and where poverty housing is unacceptable.

Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

They are always looking for more volunteers, so check this out. It’s really hard to describe everything in the ReStore (since it’s a constantly revolving inventory) so the best thing to do is head down and check it out. They are open Tuesday through Saturday. All donations get dropped off around the back of the ReStore.

Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is located at 5000 E 4th Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661 and can be reached at 360-213-1313. You can also connect with Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Facebook.

BONUS “Thing To Do” Empower Up (inside this same building):

Empower Up

3 thoughts on “Day 206: Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore”

  1. Thesa Chambers says:

    Hey Dale; would you believe little ole La Pine Oregon just got a ReStore too – have not made it there yet but certainly plan to soon – this is a great way to give back while you make improvements to your own home.

  2. DaleChumbley says:

    Very cool Thesa! It's a great place and a great cause. Enjoy those projects! 😉

  3. Lynn says:

    I just "discovered" this place yesterday when I was trying to find a local place to donate old printers. When I came out of the store part I had scored an ink cartridge: $2, a 7' USB cord: $2, and a cute rocking chair: $15. Make sure to check the tag colors – there are different discounts depending on the tag color. Awesome!

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