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224 NE Thurston Ave. Bend, OR 97701

The ReStore is a used and surplus home improvement center, accepting and selling a wide variety of building materials, appliances and home furnishings. All proceeds benefit Bend Area Habitat for Humanity, providing home ownership, home repair & weatherization services for hard working low income local families and individuals in Bend and Crook County.

Volunteer at the New ReStore!

Call our Volunteer Coordinator: 541-312-6709 or email: for shifts and special projects.
We cannot do it without you! More regular volunteers will be needed to make the ReStore run!

ReStore's Furniture Flip Design Challenge

Application will be OPEN in February 2016 for the Second Annual Event! 

We use Angie's List to assess whether we're doing a good job keeping valued customers like you happy.

Please visit in order to grade our quality of work and customer service.

ReStore wishes Di a Happy Retirement!

After 16 great years of service Di Crocker is retiring. She will be missed!!

The Bend Area Habitat ReStore has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1998. And no one has been more integral to its long-term success than ReStore Manager Di Crocker.

In the beginning, the ReStore was actually a barely-there retail space -– just 500 square feet -- located within Pakit Liquidators, the massive home-improvement resale yard that is now home to DIY Cave. It was the brainchild of Les Alford, who helped found the Bend Area Habitat chapter back in 1989. By 1998, Alford was the Western Regional Director for Habitat International.

There in its tiny non-descript space at Pakit, the Bend ReStore first began to receive and sell donations of new and used building supplies and household goods.

"It was about a half a block of nothing but junk,” recalls Chuck Tucker, then-executive director of Bend Area Habitat; "no organization, no nothin’. We were going to be open just part-time certain hours during the week.”

Enter Di Crocker.  Click here for full article

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