Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region makes it easy!

Over the last year and a half, you’ve had to get creative when thinking of ways to give back during the holidays. To make things even simpler, Habitat Charlotte Region has come up these easy ways to give:

Declutter & Donate

Did you know that the Charlotte Region ReStores here in Cornelius, Mooresville, and Statesville accept gently used furniture and home décor year-round? Simply drive up and drop off or schedule a free pick-up at Charlotte Region Restore – Donate.

What’s in your attic? Did you know you can arrange a pick-up of your gently used furniture?

Shop the ReStore

Then, stop inside and shop the huge collection of furniture, appliances, home décor and more from well-known brands like Bernhardt, Wayfair, Ethan Allen and more! When you shop, proceeds are used to grow affordable homeownership opportunities right here in our community. Click here to read more about the ReStores. In addition to shopping, there are also opportunities to volunteer and donate.

Did you know that you can shop online? Click here to find out more.

ReStore Locations


Cornelius: 20414 N Main St., Cornelius, NC 28031

Mooresville: 121 Norman Station Blvd., Mooresville, NC 28117

Pineville: 11812 Carolina Place Pkwy., Pineville, NC 28134

Statesville: 1885 E. Broad St., Statesville, NC 28625

Wendover: 1133 N. Wendover Rd.. Charlotte, NC 28211

Wilkinson: 3326 Wilkinson Blvd.,Charlotte, NC 28208


Want to help more families here in our area? Grow even more affordable housing opportunities by making a gift to our Homegrown Fund-Raising Campaign! Sponsor up to 200 sq. feet and help us build a new home this holiday season! Make your gift today by clicking here to Help Us Build a Habitat Home.

By the Way, Get Creative

Once you have shopped, check out ways to up cycle your purchase on the ReStore blog. We have selected the perfect project for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday! It’s fun, easy and sustainable!

A “plain” tray bought from the ReStore.

(Click on the DIY Project below.)

The completed DIY Project – Thankful Tray.
Article and photo provided by the non-profit, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte region.
“Attic” photo courtesy Pixabay.com.

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