FAQ's

How do I schedule a pick up?


It’s easy, give us a call 843.849.8002 or email us and we’ll get you on the schedule.


Do you take clothes?


We don't but the local Goodwill does. Look up www.goodwill.org or call 843-216-8088 to find the closest store to you.


Where do your profits go?


100% of our profits are used for building habitat houses and funding other local missions in the East Cooper Region of Charleston, SC.


How can I become a Habitat Homeowner?


Please visit www.eastcooperhabitat.org or call East Cooper Habitat at 843-881-2600 and they will provide an application package to you.


Can I donate money to the ReStore?


Yes and it is most likely fully tax deductable. The East Cooper Habitat Restore is a 501-C3 Non-Profit entity and all donations are usually tax deductible, but you should check with your professional tax advisor to confirm.


How do I sign up to Volunteer?


Go to the volunteer page and you can fill out a form that will get you on the schedule. Or you can simply call us at 843-376-3783 and we’ll put you on the schedule.


Are my donations tax deductible?


You will need to consult with your tax advisor (because we aren’t one) to make sure, but in most cases the answer is yes.


Do you have more than one location?


The only Habitat ReStore location in Mt. Pleasant, SC is at 469 Long Point Road. However, there are other Habitat ReStores locations. Find them here.


What is "gently used"?


Our mission is to convert your used stuff into funds to build Habitat houses and contribute to local missions projects, so it is important that we get stuff that we can sell.


"Gently Used" is something that is used, but doesn’t belong in a landfill. We aren’t a landfill, so make a simple judgment call on whether it needs to be landfilled or can be sold. If it can be sold, it usually qualifies as “gently used”. If not, please send it to the landfill!


Who owns this ReStore?


All Restores in the U.S. are affiliated in someway with Habitat for Humanity and are organized as 501c3 Non-Profits. This particular Restore was founded in 2005 by the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate and Seacoast Church.