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Today, in our 35th year of operation, we seek your support to help us further our mission by building a second ReStore location in northeast Colorado Springs. Since 2004, our current ReStore (now known as ReStore South) has made affordable homeownership possible for over 100 families. 

A second ReStore in northeast Colorado Springs (ReStore Northeast) will further ensure Pikes Peak Habitat's long-term sustainability and significantly increase our ability to provide affordable housing solutions to low-income families and serve our local community.

Join us in increasing our ability to build and repair decent, affordable homes for low-income families in El Paso County and beyond by donating to help us build a second ReStore location. Together, we are building the story of home!

Just as the many generous individuals and companies who shop, donate, and volunteer at our current ReStore help Habitat build, you can help build by donating to equip our second ReStore, ReStore Northeast.

Your donation today will help make ReStore Northeast fully operational by the end of the summer!

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Thank you for supporting Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity and our ReStores. Your gift is greatly appreciated.
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity is a 501c3 charitable non-profit. Tax ID 35-1640064. All donations are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the IRS.