We’ve got some exciting news for the local Roaring Fork Valley community: The Viceroy Hotel is remodeling and they are giving us a bounty of spectacular furnishings in great condition — and we’re making them available to YOU!
Progress takes more than just planning, it takes hard work, long hours and a level of dedication often overlooked during the holiday season. Habitat crews, as well as our subcontractors, are working well into the darkness and on these especially cold nights, we’re even more grateful.
Habitat for Humanity Roaring Fork Valley is a proud partner of the Basalt Vista Affordable Housing Partnership. The Basalt Vista project will provide Roaring Fork Valley teachers and local workers with the opportunity to own a home and raise a family in their community.
Whether you’re in the market for furniture, light fixtures, kitchen appliances, building materials, paint, flooring, cabinets, art, housewares, electronics, or books, our new ReStore 2.0 in south Glenwood Springs should be the first place you visit.
Our overall goal is to sell items at a great value for our customers, as quickly as possible and to help raise money to build homes. The variety, uniqueness, and volume of items received at our ReStores present a daunting pricing challenge…
The Sky Hotel party has moved to our ReStores. We literally have tons of furniture, kitchen appliances, and home goods for sale from the legendary Sky Hotel and inventory is going fast. For photos and prices, click here.
When Scott Gilbert, president of Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley, describes how his team works, he pulls from the modern Japanese concept of kaizen, or “change for better.” This commitment to continuous improvement, made famous in business circles by Toyota (with whom Gilbert previously worked), fits the organization to a tee.
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