The Restore

A good deal for you, your community and the environment.

Canyon County Habitat for Humanity Re-Store

Donate, Shop, and Volunteer!


A good deal for you, your community and the environment.

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

Canyon County Habitat ReStore is independently owned and operated by Canyon County Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds are used to help build strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter in local communities and around the world.

Visit the Re-Store

1401 1st Street South Nampa, Idaho 83651

(208) 463-0864


Ready to Make a Change?

Canyon County Habitat for Humanity has many ways for you to help. Click on a link to get started.



Learn about the impact our work has in Canyon County.


Learn about how families are chosen to partner with Canyon County Habitat for Humanity.

Corporate Giving

Learn about corporate giving and the beniefits it has in helping to attract and retain valuable employees.


Learn more about how Canyon County Habitat for Humanity helps meet the need for affordable housing for veterans.


What People Are Saying

    review rating 5  Quality home improvement options for your Budget. We walked out with a dishwasher, and fossette for the kitchen, and bathroom materials. We were very pleased with our choices & the options we had there. Pretty awesome inventory of lightning & appliances.

    thumb hillary duncan

    review rating 5  Found what I needed plus some bobs and bits for a great price.

    thumb Daniel Shilling

    review rating 5  The store is stocked with just about everything for the DIY crowd. I stop by often because different things are there every day. You might even find an antique item at a fair price. And your dog can shop with you....on leash.

    thumb JoAnn Naught

    review rating 5  Great prices- good selection of material- great staff and good resue of goods

    thumb Darrell McQuaid