Habitat for Humanity of McLean County (HFHMC) is an independent affiliate of a global, nonprofit housing organization Habitat for Humanity International operated on Christian principles. We seek to put God’s love into action by building strength, stability, self-reliance, and shelter. Habitat for Humanity International's vision is to achieve a world where everyone has a decent, affordable, and safe place to call home.
Items can be dropped off at the store or picked up for FREE
Watch to learn how donated items help Habitat
Ways to Donate
Items may be dropped off during normal business hours
Donors can use the east drive to pull into the drive thru area
We will pick up large items for FREE
Service area includes all of McLean County
How to schedule a pickup
Schedule online at bnrestore.org/donate
Schedule by phone
Monetary donations are always welcome
Visit bnrestore.org/donate for more information
Items we cannot accept
A full list of unacceptable items can be found on a large sign in the drive thru lane as well as at bnrestore.org/donate
Please watch this video on ReStore safety
Code of Conduct
Every person at any Habitat activity is entitled to be treated with dignity, courtesy, and respect. Staff and volunteers are expected to be polite, honest, clean, helpful, safe, and attentive to all customers and donors.
Consistent with our policy, we do not tolerate any of the following:
Verbal abuse, insults, and/or demeaning remarks
Any uninvited physical contact
Display of offensive objects, pictures, or gestures
Repeated, unwelcome flirtation or discussions of a sexual nature
Implying or directly requesting or demanding sexual favors
Profanity or vulgarity
Smoking in non-designated areas
Being in an unauthorized area without management approval
Harassment or discrimination based on sex, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, marital status, age, disability, color, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, or other protected status
HFHMC reserves the right to dismiss anyone from an event or worksite who engages in activities prohibited by this policy and to bar such persons from coming to any events or worksites in the future.
Wear clothes that can get dirty or even ripped
Closed-toed shoes are required
Shorts must be longer than one's fingertips
No offensive graphics may be displayed
Casual, yet professional
No sweat pants, yoga pants, skirts, cut-up shirts, tank tops, or other clothes deemed inappropriate for a work environment
You're almost done!
Thank you for participating in the Habitat ReStore's virtual orientation. We hope you found this information useful and are excited to start your volunteer experience at the ReStore. While we know we cannot cover everything, we hope this provides you a foundation for success. Our managers and staff are always available to help, and they will make sure you are well-equipped to serve at the ReStore. To let us know you have completed your orientation, please submit a short 10-question, open-note quiz to our managers. They will then send you instructions on how to get started volunteering!