|Thank you to our Yuma Community for coming out to the ReStore during summer season. Normal ReStore Hours: Tuesday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM and Saturday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Closed Sunday and Mondays.|
|Habitat for Humanity Yuma ReStore begins summer hours today. New hours are Tuesday through Friday 7 AM to 1 PM and Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM. Closed Sunday and Monday. Hours will return back to normal this fall.|
|Congratulations and welcome home Lopez Family! Thank you sponsors, volunteers, and donors! We could not have done this without YOU!|
|Habitat for Humanity of Yuma Welcomes our new Executive Director Janet Hernandez!|
|Habitat for Humanity of Yuma Welcomes our new Executive Director Jorge Padilla!|
|Upcoming Event: Yuma Youth Fiddlers Concert February 12 & 19, 2017 from 4PM to 6PM. Check event page for more information.|
|It is a start of the New Year and Habitat for Humanity would like to help you save when shopping at the ReStore! Every Friday will be Local and Armed Forces discount day!
Must show a Valid I.D. for discount.
|Club ReStore members get an additional 10% off this week when shopping at the Habitat for Humanity of Yuma ReStore.
Deal is only good 7/26 to 7/30.
|Habitat for Humanity of Yuma ReStore will be having a 4th of July special on July 1st and July 2nd.
Get 10% off!
|Congratulations and welcome home Orantes Family! Thank you sponsors, volunteers, and donors! We could not have done this without YOU!|
|Thanks to so many volunteers, the Habitat Home officially has its walls painted up inside and out!|
|Volunteers join and help us complete a Habitat Home!On the North-West corner of 27th St. and 18th Dr.|
|Families in place, sponsors in place, foundation in place, & construction on the next habitat home will begin OCTOBER 2015!|
|Habitat’s annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project returns to Haiti!|
|In 2011, volunteers at Habitat for Humanity’s 28th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project helped build 155 permanent houses in Haiti. These homes were built with the help of Irish nonprofit, Haven, in the Santo community of Léogâne. Léogâne is located about 18 miles from Port-au-Prince and is considered to be the epicenter of the 2010 earthquake.|