Hours & Locations

Guelph ReStore

PLEASE NOTE: The Guelph ReStore will be closed for the holiday season from December 24, 2018 through to January 2, 2019, inclusive.

104 Dawson Rd Unit 300 Guelph, ON  N1H 1A6
Phone: 519-767-9752 Ext. 27

Monday – Friday:  9am – 6pm
Saturday:  9am – 5pm
Sunday:  Closed

Donation hours:
Monday- Friday:  9am – 5:30pm
Saturday:  9am – 4:30pm

Fergus ReStore

Hours & Locations
PLEASE NOTE: The Fergus ReStore will be closed for the holiday season from December 24, 2018 through to December 26, 2018, inclusive. It will also be closed on December 31, 2018 and January 1 and 2, 2019.

900 Tower Street Unit 927, Fergus, ON N1M3N7
Phone: 519-787-0887

Monday – Friday:  9am – 6pm
Saturday:  9am – 5pm
Sunday:  Closed

Donation hours:
Monday- Friday:  9am – 5:30pm
Saturday:  9am – 4:30pm

Orangeville ReStore

Hours & Locations

PLEASE NOTE: The Orangeville ReStore will be closed for the holiday season from December 24, 2018 through to January 2, 2019, inclusive.

202 First St Unit 1  Orangeville, ON  L9W 3K1
Phone: 519-415-4500

Monday – Friday:  9am – 6pm
Saturday:  9am – 5pm
Sunday:  Closed

Donation hours:
Monday – Friday:  9am – 5:30pm
Saturday:  9am – 4:30pm

Thank you for shopping, donating, and volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph ReStores.

By supporting the ReStores, you are supporting Habitat’s greater mission and vision: a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. Each tax free purchase you make at the ReStores is supporting affordable home ownership in your community.

You can check out current Habitat WDG builds and projects on our build page at by clicking here.

What does shopping at the ReStore accomplish?

The research tells us that owning a home provides substantial benefits to the individuals, families and community. And, all we have to do is ask ourselves, “What does home mean to me” to understand the benefits that home ownership provides.

For every $1 invested in a Habitat build development, there is a $4 benefit to society: as stated in a Boston Consulting Group Study “Transforming Lives, The Social Return of Habitat’s Work in Canada” published in 2015.

Families have reported increased employment quality (able to work stable hours across fewer jobs and earn more income), a reduction in the use of food banks by 60%, improved health behaviors (reduction in smoking, higher physical activity), greater engagement in their community (voting and volunteering), and a better educational outlook (lower dropout rates, higher post-secondary enrollment).