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The Habitat ReStore accepts donations of new and gently used items such as: art, accessories, appliances, cabinets, furniture, household & kitchen items, electronics, building materials. Sales from the Transylvania ReStore help fund Habitat’s local building program and cover administrative expenses.

Since 1984, over 67 local families with over 155 children have helped build their own homes alongside volunteers and now pay an affordable mortgage.A Habitat home not only solves the need for a family to have a decent, affordable place to live, the home is a life-changing investment in a family’s future.

Call the Habitat ReStore at 828-862-4663 to schedule a pickup of larger items or drop off your donation at the Habitat ReStore located at 690 Ecusta rd. Tues-Fri. 9:30-5:00 Sat. 9:30-5:00

Lake Toxaway Charities heavily supports Habitat for Humanity in Transylvania County financially . Please click the link below for more information our how Lake Toxaway Charities supports this wonderful organization.

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Transylvania County Habitat for Humanity

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