Habitat for Humanity of Chester County COVID-19 Updates

July 10, 2020


As the pandemic continues to disrupt our everyday lives, HFHCC is working hard to keep operations up and running while providing our services to our community. Our latest move forward is that our ReStore is now open to the public. Hours of operation are limited to Wednesday-Saturday 10am-5pm with a designated hour of safe shopping for seniors and immune-compromised individuals on Wednesday from 9am-10am. We also ask that our customers follow social distancing guidelines and are required to wear a mask when entering the store and making a donation. We have also started accepting donation pickup requests. Please visit www.restore.hfhcc.org for full details on requirements and restrictions.


These are uncertain times for everyone, and we are so thankful to our generous partners, friends, and neighbors who are spreading hope to those who need it most. We stand with all of you, and together, we will build back.
Our Habitat families are still in need of your generous donations as we continue our Emergency Relief Fund for those affected by the pandemic. Please visit https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/hfhcc, and in the “Special Purpose” of the donation form, write “Family Relief” to have your donation go directly to keeping these families in the homes they’ve worked so hard to call their own. 


From all of us at HfHCC,
Thank you and take care of each other

A message from Executive Director,

Chris Wiseman

Steps taken by Habitat for Humanity of Chester County:

  • Our ReStore is now open with limited hours and added requirements. Please visit www.restore.hfhcc.org for more information.
  • The West Grove and Coatesville construction sites are operational. We are currently limiting the number of volunteers at the site and will keep the community updated on when we will be accepting more volunteers.
  • We have limited staff working at the administrative office during the week. If you plan on coming to the office, please note that a mask is required before entering.
  • Our staff continues to work from home to answer any questions you might have. Click here for the contact information of each department.

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COVID-19. For some, “shelter in place” is a different kind of crisis. Why your support
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Raise your voice now to tell Congress to act for housing stability

Help ensure families have a safe place to call home and nonprofits can continue to serve our communities during COVID-19. Fill out a quick template to email your representatives.

Chester County Resources Available Online

Visit Chester County’s website for more information on what’s happening in our area.