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Habitat ReStore -  Crestview

About Us
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About Us

Donate to Recycle – Shop to Save.

Have you shopped at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore? It’s a great home improvement store, selling new and gently used, donated household items at fantastic prices. There’s one near you in Fort Walton Beach. The ReStore is a place where individuals can donate household items they no longer need, such as furniture. If someone is remodeling, they may have gently used appliances, leftover tile, light fixtures, paint or even a kitchen sink. Builders can donate their leftover construction materials, such as doors, cabinets, windows, vanities, sinks, tile, paint, light fixtures, hardware and more. You can benefit from the donated items being sold in the ReStore. If you just moved to a new home or if you’re remodeling your current home, buying everything new at a big box store can be costly. Shopping at the FWB ReStore offers an affordable home improvement store option where you’ll get more for your money.


Maybe you want new décor for your home – a picture, a lamp, or an area rug. ReStore has plenty of choices for you to consider, and the prices are low. When you shop at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore or give donations, you help a deserving family move out of substandard housing into a new home. Remember, if you have gently used household items you no longer want, please bring them to the FWB ReStore so that they can be resold to someone who needs those items. Also, let ReStore be the first home improvement store you stop in when you need something for your home.

ReStore Crestview exterior



595 N Ferdon Blvd

Crestview, FL 32536


Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm

Saturday 9am-5pm

Closed on Sunday & Monday


(850) 685-0686, ext. 2


Thank you for considering a donation to Habitat for Humanity Okaloosa County. Each gift you make helps a family in need of decent shelter. Habitat for Humanity Okaloosa County donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law and will be acknowledged with a letter you may use for those purposes. We take seriously our responsibility to contributors, to those counting on us to be wise stewards of funds entrusted to us.

We raise the majority of our funds locally from individuals, churches, civic groups and businesses. We invite you to take a look at the many different ways you are able to contribute to our mission.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call our donation hotline (850) 685-0686.

Some of the things we love...

Are you remodeling your home? We gladly accept donations of appliances, furniture, building materials, home décor, cabinets, lighting, hardware and more! Other popular donation items are listed below.


  • Washers

  • Dryers

  • Refrigerators

  • Stoves

  • Microwaves

  • Dishwashers

  • Ice Makers

  • Trash Compactors

Building Materials

  • Drywall

  • Siding

  • Roof Shingles

  • Plywood

  • Two-by-fours

  • Wall Board

  • Insulation

Electrical Wiring

  • Outlet Boxes

  • Switches

  • Outlet Covers


  • Tile

  • Wood Laminate

  • Wood Flooring

  • Carpet

Lawn equipment

  • Mowers

  • Weed Eaters

  • Roto-tillers

  • Edgers

  • Sprinklers

  • Pumps


  • Sinks

  • Tubs

  • Showers

  • Toilets


  • Air Compressors

  • Hammers

  • Nail drivers

  • Saws

We Pick Up and Deliver!

Call 850-685-0686 for availability.

Delivery Prices

Fort Walton Beach to:

  • Navarre - $65

  • Mary Esther - $45

  • Shalimar - $40

  • Niceville - $50

  • Destin - $50

  • Sandestin - $60

  • Miramar - $65

  • Crestview - $65

  • Baker - $65

Monetary Donations

Your Donations Will Help Purchase:

  • $10 - Box of Nails

  • $35 - Roof Shingles

  • $50 - Low Flow Toilet

  • $75 - Window

  • $100 - Kitchen Sink

  • $150 - Front Door

  • $500 - Siding

  • $1000 - Wallboard

  • $2000 - Flooring

What We Sell

Our inventory is constantly changing, so shop often and check out our Facebook page for updates on what's in stock.

The ReStore offers some of the easiest ways to help your community. Shopping, donating items (we’ll even come pick them up), and working the register are all great ways to make a difference without even breaking a sweat.

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