About the ReStore

When you shop, donate to or volunteer at the ReStore, you help build homes for hardworking families and strengthen our community.

History of the Greensboro ReStore

In 2000, the Greensboro ReStore opened, providing the community with gently used furniture, appliances, construction materials and more. Donations to the store prevent thousands of usable items from ending up in local landfills. Sales at the ReStore are a substantial source of revenue for our homebuilding and remodeling projects in Greensboro. Today, the ReStore has a 38,000 square foot showroom, an appliance repair center, two moving trucks for customer pickups, and a ReStore on the Move donations trailer.

What is a ReStore?

The ReStore is a home improvement thrift store open to the public. At the ReStore, you'll find deals on new and gently used furniture, appliances, house wares, construction material, office furniture, light fixtures, art and so much more at a fraction of the cost. The inventory changes every day, so check back often. 

Your ReStore purchase helps build affordable, energy-efficient homes in Greensboro. And, the ReStore gives the community a convenient way to donate new and gently used items, keeping quality items in circulation and out of local landfills.