254 W. Adams Ave. Sisters, Oregon
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
We are also closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Donations are accepted Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you plan to drop off a large donation from a garage or estate sale or from downsizing, please give us a call at the store so we can have folks on hand to help unload your truck!
We also offer pick-ups and deliveries. Please call the staff for times for this service. 541-549-1621.
The Sisters Habitat ReStore has been part of the community since April 2007. We sell home improvement merchandise, quality use furniture, electronics, sporting goods and more. By donating to the ReStore, you can help eliminate the cost of disposal for merchandise and help families in the Sisters area as money for the donated items goes toward building homes for local families. We also offer a tax deduction as allowed by law for donations.
We sell home improvement merchandise to the public at up to 75% off retail prices, and we provide a source for home improvement donations by wholesalers, manufacturers, renovation specialists, demolition companies, retailers, individuals and others.
Besides our manager and assistant manager, our store is operated strictly by our wonderful volunteers. They help sort items, set up displays and also can deliver or pick up donations.
Appliances (working) large and small, microwave ovens with turntable, TVs (no more than five years old), boom boxes, speakers, vacuum cleaners, heaters and fans.
Automotive – accessories
Bed frames and headboards
Carpeting and rugs
Computers (call first)
Doors with frames
Framed art, large
Furniture (no tears or stains)
Gardening: tools, pots, mowers and spreaders
Lamps & Lighting
Medical Equipment (for in-home care)
Mirrors & glass
Paint (at least 1/2 full)
Toilets (1.6 only w/manager approval)
Water heaters (no more than 2 years old)
We Do Not Accept:
Bath Cabinets (over 4′)
Doors without frames
Exercise equipment (large)
Microwaves (old & heavy)
Windows without frames
In general, things that don’t work.