Habitat for Humanity of White County


Habitat for Humanity of White County Arkansas has a ReStore- a thrift store with new and gently used construction and home improvement items. You can find cabinets, windows, lumber, lighting, doors and screen doors, tile, bathroom fixtures, nails and screws, painting goods and so much more.

Prices are at least 50% below most Home Improvement Stores, and the ReStore is a Non Profit so NO SALES TAX!

One of the best parts about shopping at our store, all the proceeds stay here in White County and help local families - Together we are building homes, building hope!

Store Business hours.
Thursday - Saturday from 9a.m. to 2p.m.

Air Conditioning (less than 5 years old - running condition - whole house or window)
Appliances (New or less than 5 years old - clean and in working condition)
Bath Tubs (Cast Iron and Iron Only or New)
Cabinets (Kitchen and Bathroom)
Carpet (New Only - room size pieces and larger)
Ceiling fans
Doors (Interior & Exterior, Raised panel, glass, etc.)
Electrical - fixtures, parts and supplies
Flooring Materials (Ceramic, vinyl, wood - boxed and clean)
Furniture - Home or antique (overall good condition - no worn or stained upholstery)
Hardware (knobs, hinges, locks. Also: nails, screws, nuts, bolts and fasteners - sorted and in quantity)
Lighting products
Lumber - 6 ft or longer; Plywood: half sheet or larger; Trim: free of rot, nails and screws - no scraps
Paint (new only) and painting supplies
Roofing Materials/Gutters
Toilets (new only in almond & white)
Tools (new preferred)
Windows (Vinyl, Aluminum, Wood -- all sizes; new construction and retro-fits)

NOTE: If you have something that is not on this list, give us a call at 501-230-6904

We Do Not Accept
Broken glass
Broken mirrors
Pesticides (Liquid or powdered type)
Lumber with rot, nails or screws
Unframed glass
Windows that have broken glass

Donations are accepted at our store during business hours.
(Thursday - Saturday from 9a.m. to 2p.m.)

To contact us call 501-230-6904
Donations are picked up every Tuesday, when you call specify how far you are from the store, what the item is and have an idea of what times you can be available. Gary will be more than happy to resolve any further details with you if you have any questions.

For the safest and most efficient collection of your donation, please follow these simple guidelines:
- Have all materials boxed (if applicable), stacked and readily accessible.
- Mark all items with a note that reads "For Habitat for Humanity"
- Absolutely no hazardous materials or waste items are accepted
- We are unable to haul away trash or sort items from those that do not meet our criteria