CONSTRUCTION VOLUNTEERS – More hands always needed, as we build year round. Volunteer build days are Tue, Thur and Sat, 8-12, in locations of New Smyrna and Edgewater.New volunteers always welcome to join us on day of your choice. All materials and equipment provided. No experience necessary. Call the hotline before setting out in the morning to find out the address: 386-428-5010, extension 5. For more information on volunteering at the build, contact: 386-878-4591 extension 103.

Habitat For Humanity ReStore

Store & Donation Center Located in New Smyrna Beach

Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit donation centers and home improvement stores that sell new and gently used clothes, shoes, furniture, appliances, books, toys, jewelry, home furnishings and accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price.

ReStore Hours

Tuesday – Saturday
9am – 5pm

Donation Hours

Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 1pm (or until full)

"I love this store. The items my family and I have bought in the restore section (sinks, faucets, lights, solid wood doors, etc.) have been a great way to economically upgrade houses. It is very organized, great prices and super friendly staff."
Sue Simmons

SE Volusia Habitat for Humanity assists other missions in their causes to help the community.

Here are some of the local charities to whom we provide our excess & unsaleable inventory through our RESTORE COMMUNITY MISSION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

  • Humane Society & Edgewater Animal Shelter (bedding, towels).
  • HUM (clothing, bedding).STAR (clothing).
  • God’s Bathhouse (toiletries, clothing, undies, towels).
  • Community hot lunch (sleeping mats, bedding for homeless).
  • Pelican Piecemakers (fabric to sew many different charitable items).
  • Gifts of Love (food bank).
  • Little Theater (props, costumes).
  • Lion’s Club (eyeglasses for those in need).
  • Free clothing for those in need (vouchers).
  • Fabric to make tote bags for victims of hurricanes, and for our homeless.
  • Brown’s Bookstore (books-proceeds are in aid of veterans).
  • Small and newly opened small business restaurants (coffee cups).
  • Tipton’s, BJ’s, and other flower stores (vases).
  • Chiles Academy (polo shirts).
  • Old clocks- repaired by a volunteer who returns them to Habitat to be sold.
  • Broken and unsaleable picture frames (veteran burial flag display cases).
  • VHS tapes to a daycare which gives a donation in return