We are about to embark on an incredibly ambitious project – the simultaneous construction of four new homes at Parrotts Ferry Village! Soon, we will be prepping the build site, as well as recruiting & training construction volunteers. We just need $26,000 more to be able to begin construction. Help us get there faster by donating online.
With our recent expansion, ReStore now has over 11,000 square feet of sales space making it the largest thrift store in Tuolumne County. The ReStore is located at 14216 Tuolumne Road in Sonora – just behind the Red Church Thrift Shop. The ReStore is owned and operated by Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County (HFHTC). Our shelves are stocked with new and gently used renovation supplies donated to us by homeowners and businesses. Everything is available at greatly discounted prices. The money raised from the sale of the items at the ReStore helps cover the operating costs for HFHTC. By helping cover our affiliate operating costs, more of every dollar donated to HFHTC goes directly toward building houses. ReStore hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Call 209-533-9080 to schedule a pickup of your donation. ReModel, ReBuild, ReCycle, ReStore
Volunteers drive our organization. They perform fund-raising, management, planning, public relations, family selection, family support, site selection, construction and more. Join us today in our mission to create affordable housing in Tuolumne County!
Although there has been a substantial increase in the number of new homes built in Tuolumne County in recent years, there remains a critical need for housing that is truly affordable for low-income families. If you are a low income family in need of a home, click here to find out more.
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we are funded primarily by donations. There are many ways that individuals and organizations can help. We need and greatly appreciate all monetary donations as well as donations of land, tools, building materials and professional services. Click here to help us to eliminate substandard housing in Tuolumne County.