Hours and Locations

Please note, as of April 17, 2021:

Due to the provincial stay-at-home restrictions, we are not offering in-store shopping at this time. As well, we are not accepting donations of items and are unable to provide our pick-up service, Kitchen Salvage service, and delivery service. We thank you for your understanding and efforts to stay safe during this time.

ONLINE SHOPPINGWatch our daily product posts on our Guelph and Fergus ReStore Facebook pages, and contact us by phone to purchase – 1:00pm to 5:00pm – Tuesday to Saturday. Pick up your purchase curbside.

Social distancing and masks are enforced both inside and at all entrances for the safety and well-being of our shoppers, volunteers and staff. Please self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms before visiting. Access this link to self-screen.

NOTE: Proper social distancing and cleaning protocols are being followed in order to keep our community members safe. Under public health direction, masks are required to be worn inside our stores. We ask that shoppers avoid using cash as a form of payment if possible, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Fergus ReStore

927 – 900 Tower St.
Fergus, ON   N1M 3N7
Phone: 519-787-0887
No in-store shopping at this time
Call us to purchase items posted online Tuesday-Saturday 1:00pm-5:00pm
Donation Centre is closed
Shop online via Facebook @ReStoreFergus

Guelph ReStore

300 – 104 Dawson Rd.
Guelph, ON  N1H 1A6
Phone: 519-767-9752, ext. 27
No in-store shopping at this time
Call us to purchase items posted online Tuesday-Saturday 1:00pm-5:00pm
Donation Centre is closed
Shop online via Facebook @ReStoreGuelph

Follow our ReStores on Facebook (Guelph and Fergus) and Instagram to stay up to date.

Thank you for being a part of our Habitat ReStore community. By supporting our ReStores, you are supporting Habitat’s greater mission and vision: a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. Each tax-free purchase you make at the ReStore is supporting affordable homeownership in your community.

What does shopping at the ReStore accomplish?

Research tells us that owning a home provides substantial benefits to the individuals, families and community. And, all we have to do is ask ourselves, “What does home mean to me?” to understand the benefits that homeownership provides.

For every $1 invested in a Habitat build development, there is a $4 benefit to society: as stated in a Boston Consulting Group Study “Transforming Lives, The Social Return of Habitat’s Work in Canada” published in 2015.

Families have reported increased employment quality (able to work stable hours across fewer jobs and earn more income), a reduction in the use of food banks by 60 per cent, improved health behaviors (reduction in smoking, higher physical activity), greater engagement in their community (voting and volunteering), and a better educational outlook (lower dropout rates, higher post-secondary enrollment).