ReStore Sales

 

Spin the Wheel Wednesday at both locations 10%-75% off!


 

Excludes items marked “Habitat Special,” new appliances and new rugs. Max discount of $150.00 

We have tons of great items in stock! Come check it out and help us end poverty housing!

Shop 

Save Money and help local families! 

The ReStore receives quality donations from our local mountain community and sells them at steep discounts, up to 80% off retail, which helps Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity build more homes. 

Your purchase also preserves our community’s beauty by keeping quality material out of landfills!

 

Donate 

Bring your donation in during store hours or call to set up a pick-up. It’s that easy! All donations are tax-deductible!

 

Volunteer 

Volunteers are the heart of Habitat for Humanity and we can always use your help at our ReStores! 

We work with regular, occasional and group volunteers, accommodating to volunteers’ schedules.

 

We take home decor! 

We love home decor and so do our shoppers!  Please bring your home decor donations to the ReStore: vases, pictures, knick-knacks, ceramics, artwork and more!

 

 

Every purchase helps build a home

 

Proceeds from the Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity ReStores help build homes for local low-income families. All products are donated. All donations are then open to the public for purchase. No products are used in Habitat homes.

 

 

 

We are a Silver Partner! 

 

News and Events

The BIG DAY is arriving! Please join us on Saturday, January 31st for the home dedication ceremony as we complete our duplex project in Kittredge! Click on the event below for details and to RSVP... ... See MoreSee Less

Home Dedication - Brand and Christensen Families

January 31, 2015, 10:30am - January 31, 2015, 12:30pm

Kittredge, CO

Join us for the dedication of the newly completed duplex for the Brand and Christensen families! Ceremony, tour of the homes, and refreshments! Parking is at Kittredge Community Bible Church. for d...

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Home Dedication - Brand and Christensen Families

January 31, 2015, 10:30am - January 31, 2015, 12:30pm

Kittredge, CO

Join us for the dedication of the newly completed duplex for the Brand and Christensen families! Ceremony, tour of the homes, and refreshments! Parking is at Kittredge Community Bible Church. for d...

Happy New Year Everyone! We are resuming our "new normal" build schedule this week - Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday! So come on out and join the fun...we're almost done with this duplex!
To register or for more information, click here:
bluespruce.volunteerhub.com/Events/Index
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One of our dedicated volunteers shared this beautiful poem with us...and we share it with you as a New Year's blessing for all our supporters, partners, and volunteers!

Building a Habitat Community

By
James M. Gregory
12/21/2014

I saw many hands at work.
Serving humanity was their perk.
The hands were callused and hard
From working on house and yard.
As I began to look close,
They showed love in full dose.
Then I saw an inspector with authority.
He had power as though he was Deity.
I wondered why he was there to be.
Next, he turned and said to me.
“Serve a person in need you see
Is the same as serving me.”

Volunteer names and skills do vary
With people like Ben and Mary.
People come together building community.
Their work shows love to humanity.
All working and giving their time.
Each willing to work in dirt and grime.
Then I saw an inspector with authority.
He had power as though he was Deity.
I wondered why he was there to be.
Next, he turned and said to me.
“Serve a person in need you see
Is the same as serving me.”

Our leader was experienced in frame and trim.
We were dependent on instructions from him.
Starting with the master plan,
Our daily works he did scan.
At lunch we had communion in a way
As we discussed events of the day.
Then I saw an inspector with authority.
He had power as though he was Deity.
I wondered why he was there to be.
Next, he turned and said to me.
“Serve a person in need you see
Is the same as serving me.”

The inspector a carpenter seemed to be.
He was familiar with our work you see.
He seemed to know how to construct.
He was interested in our conduct.
He wasn’t afraid to come near.
He gave words of encouragement so dear.
I was amazed with his authority.
He had power as though he was Deity.
I wondered why he was there to be.
Next, he turned and said to me.
“Serve a person in need you see
Is the same as serving me.”

The Master came and took my hand.
I’m sure to him it felt like sand.
He turned it over and said to me.
“A worker’s hands have beauty I see.”
Then I noticed his hands where nails had been.
They marked his suffering for my sin.
Then I noticed the inspector was he.
He had power—he was Deity.
I wondered why he was there to be.
Next, he turned and said to me.
“Serve a person in need you see
Is the same as serving me.”
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