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Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, Inc./ Habitat ReStore

  • Non-Profit Organizations
1014 Fiedler Lane, Suite 29
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 255-1549
(608) 255-1823 (fax)
Hours:
Habitat ReStore: Tuesday - Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursdays open to 6 p.m.

About Us

Habitat for Humanity of Dane County has partnered with more than 200 hard-working, low to moderate incomde families to build simple, decent, affordable homes with community volunteers and sponsors read more
  • About

    Habitat for Humanity of Dane County has partnered with more than 200 hard-working, low to moderate incomde families to build simple, decent, affordable homes with community volunteers and sponsors here in Dane County. Families build with Habitat for Humanity and pay a monthly mortgage at 0% interest to Habitat.

    The Habitat ReStore, 208 Cottage Grove Road, supports Habitat for Humanity of Dane County by selling new and used building materials to the public at discount prices. The Habitat ReStore and its Deconstruction Program divert thousands of tons of usable materials from the local landfill.

  • Highlights

    • www.restoredane.org
  • Whom to Contact

    • Amy Good
      Director of Development
      Phone: (608) 255-1549x106
  • Directions

    The Habitat ReStore is located off Hwy 51 on the East Side of Madison at 208 Cottage Grove Road.

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