New Home For Habitat For Humanity’s ReStore, Plans To Open April 2
It's been a long road since the November 2018 fire forced Habitat for Humanity Mid-Yellowstone Valley to close ReStore and start the search for a new location. Now that journey is nearing an end.
In a press release, Habitat announced they've purchased the former 406 Warehouse on King Park Drive that will house the administrative offices and ReStore. Described as a "home improvement store and donation center" ReStore sells new and gently used furniture, appliances and more.
A soft-opening is planned for April 2 with a grand opening in the works for Summer 2019. More than 95% of their inventory was destroyed in the fire so ReStore is actively accepting donations at their new location which will have more than 18,000 square feet of retail space and a large home improvement warehouse.
I really can’t imagine a better location or layout. I’m confident the new ReStore will be better than ever. I want to thank the community, faithful customers, and volunteers for their patience and understanding throughout this process. -Roger O’Brien, ReStore General Manager
Volunteers are always needed to work on Habitat for Humanity homes. To find out more, call 406-652-0960 or sign up to be a volunteer by CLICKING HERE.
Habitat for Humanity Mid-Yellowstone Valley has been a significant contributor to low income housing in our community since 1992. Over 240 children have been given the opportunity to live in stable, safe, decent, affordable housing through the Habitat homeownership program. Adults in the program put in between 350 and 500 sweat equity hours in addition to hours of homeownership and financial literacy classes. They then purchase the home from Habitat utilizing a 0% mortgage.