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34470 Gateway Dr., Suites 100 & 110     Palm Desert, CA 92211    

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Stop by ReStore to see what we sell and what goodies just came in!

We're open to the public, at 34470 Gateway Dr., Suite 110, Palm Desert — Shop for bargains in building supplies and home décor. Call us to schedule your donation and clean out that garage or the leftovers from your remodel. And we're looking for willing volunteers to staff the store, to help customers, to price and display. Call us at 760-770-3723, or email restore@hfhcv.org.


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Coachella Valley's ReStore is an ongoing Habitat project that provides funding in support of our organization's house-building goals.


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Current Projects

Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley, with Palm Desert and Home Depot Foundation to Build Two Veterans Homes

Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley (HFHCV) and its partners, the City of Palm Desert and The Home Depot Foundation will build 2 new, affordable homes on lots donated by the city for veterans and their families. The houses will be sold at no profit, with a small down payment and zero-interest mortgage. One of the homes will be ADA compliant for a wounded veteran and his/her family. If you are interested in applying for one of the veteran homes being built in Palm Desert, or if you know of a veteran who may be interested, please call Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley, (760) 969-9617. For more info CLICK HERE.


Palm Springs Teaches Association Tackles a Massive Overgrowth

A Brush With Kindness volunteers from the Palm Springs Teachers Association tackled massive overgrowth at a home in Cathedral City. Twenty-one volunteers frilled four huge bins on Saturday, September 30. An elderly woman was about to get a citation for the shrubbery obscuring her home.

This was the definition of volunteering that Habitat volunteers exhibit all the time. All over the world, Habitat volunteers are supporting our mission: A decent place to live for everyone.

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ONGOING PROJECTS

For more information, call Pam Troxel, at (760)969-6917 or email volunteer@hfhcv.org.

Past Projects

2012 & 2013 — Habitat's "Brush with Kindness" program brought a cheerful makeover for several families in the Coachella Valley. Homes in Desert Hot Springs and Indio were transformed to the delight of the homeowners, the communities, and the volunteers.

To read more about Habitat's recent "Brush with Kindness" events see:



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