December 02, 2017
Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Greenville County opened its doors at 3033 Wade Hampton Boulevard in the Hampton Point shopping center on December 2nd.
Funds generated through the ReStore’s sale of new and lightly used donations of appliances, furniture, household goods, and construction supplies support Habitat’s Greenville’s mission of creating affordable homeownership opportunities for families in Greenville County.
The new ReStore features over 26,000 square feet of shopping space. In preparation for this new location, former locations on Rutherford Road and Wade Hampton Boulevard have been closed.
According to Mark Steenback, Director of ReStore Operations, “The Habitat ReStore is proud to open our new location on Wade Hampton Boulevard while still providing the same great quality of new and used goods that our customers have come to love and expect from our stores. Our grand opening event is an exciting way for the community to be a part of the important work of empowering local families with strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership.”
The new location will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Donations are gladly accepted from individuals and corporations during those times. A forklift is available at each ReStore to handle tractor-trailer loads. Free donation pick-up is also available and can be arranged by calling 864-312-5016 or visiting https://www.habitatgreenville.org/restore/about-the-restores where a full list of accepted items can be found.
Greenville County ReStore Locations
3033 Wade Hampton Boulevard
Taylors, SC 29687
10017 Pelham Pointe
Simpsonville, SC 29681
Call for Free Pickups! 864-312-5016