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Who We Are

Our History

Since 1981, Pickens County Habitat for Humanity has built or renovated more than 100 safe, decent, and affordable homes for more than 300 individuals in need.

2012 – ReStore grand opening.

Volunteer Bill Dowler stands in a ReStore apron with another volunteer.

After a year of planning and developing, Pickens County Habitat opened its ReStore in Easley, offset the affiliate’s housing and operational costs through the sale of donated household items and building supplies.  These profits supported the affiliate in its quest to make available decent, affordable housing. The ReStore closed permanently in 2020.