Our Story

The Re-Store Warehouse is much more than 60,000 square feet of new and used kitchen cabinets, furniture, appliances, mattresses, flooring, lighting and other renovation supplies. Re-Store is a place where the community comes together to improve lives.

We improve lives by selling new and used building and renovation supplies to the public at thrifty prices. People who could not otherwise afford bath fixtures, door hardware and quality furniture are able to outfit their homes thanks to Re-Store.

Another way Re-Store improves lives? The money made from our warehouse sales goes to organizations that help the poor of Cumberland County. Over the last seven years, Re-Store has donated an average of more than $100,000 annually to non-profits like Operation Inasmuch, Fayetteville Urban Ministry and the Center for Economic Empowerment and Development.

Re-Store is itself a non-profit. Founded in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) and governed by a board of directors, the mission of The Re-Store Warehouse’s mission is to donate 100% of its net profits to charities that help the less fortunate in Fayetteville and its surrounding area.

The success of Re-Store is wholly dependent on the donation of new and used building and renovation supplies. Without donations from builders and people renovating or relocating, Re-Store could not give money to feed the hungry. It could not fund adult literacy programs. It could not support emergency shelter for the homeless.

These are the programs our charities administer. These are the programs you support when you donate to The Re-Store Warehouse. We make it easy for you to help. Simply call us at 910-321-0780 or email us at info@therestorewarehouse.org, and we’ll pick up your items for you. Yes, we pick up free of charge. You’re just a phone call or email away from helping your neighbors in need.

The mission of The Re-Store Warehouse, the regional leader in providing affordable new and used  home improvement products, is to donate 100% of all net profits to charities whose purpose is to support the less fortunate of Cumberland County while promoting sustainability of our environment.