Do Good By Donating Your Unwanted Goods
In addition to giving a second life to things you no longer want, your donations of gently-used furniture, home furnishings, appliances, building materials, etc. have a direct impact on families in our community. That’s because the proceeds from our ReStore enable us to direct 100% of financial donations to our homebuilding fund and to pay our staff a living wage, including benefits. Pretty great, right?
- Donate Goods
- We Accept
- We Do NOT Accept
Donating to our ReStore
Thank you, we greatly appreciate your consideration and donation to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores! Your donation helps fund our building affordable homes for families in need and is tax deductible. Our team will provide a receipt for your records.
We can only accept items we can repurpose or sell. (Our ReStore staff / truck team reserves the right to deny any items deemed not sellable in our ReStores.) Sometimes it is difficult to categorize unique donations, such as pianos, artwork, antiques, carousel horses, etc. so if you have an item you’d like to donate, but are unsure if we will accept it, please give us a call at (970) 945-9138 or email us. OurReStore staff is happy to answer your questions!
Drop off your donation
Monday-Saturday, 11am - 4pm
In-person donations are always welcome! To drop off your donation of goods, pull up to our Down Valley loading dock door and the ring bell—someone will come out to greet you. Please DO NOT leave items outside our gate, as we want to ensure you receive a donation receipt for your taxes.
Schedule FREE donation pick up
Our team is happy to come and pick up your donation free of charge if you live in the area. To arrange a donation, please fill out the form or email us directly at ReStorePickup@HabitatRoaringFork.org
We accept gently-used items in good condition
Appliances: We accept clean appliances that are less than 15 years old and in 100% working order with no missing parts. Please include owners manuals if you have them, as they add value to your donation. We also accept unique antique appliances in working order.
Art / Decor: We accept undamaged, sellable art and decor.
Books: We accept hardback books of all types—fiction, photo books, cookbooks, interior design, etc. We also accept best selling paperback books. If you would like to donate first editions or other vintage books you believe to have significant value, please call us to arrange an appraisal by a third party professional appraiser.
Building Materials: We accept building materials that are nail- and chemical-free in good condition.
Doors: We accept solid core interior/exterior doors free of holes, cracks, rot, mold, etc. If possible, please leave them in the jambs.
Lumber / Plywood / Sheetrock / Trim: We accept full and half sheets of plywood and full length lumber (8 ft. long minimum) free of nails, rot and mold. We will accept trim 4 ft. long or more. No twisted lumber, please.
Flooring material: We accept tile (20 sq. ft. or more), marble (50 sq. ft. or more ideal, but any amount considered), and hardwood/laminate flooring (100 sq. ft. or more).
Pipe / PVC / Metal / Copper: We accept pipe 4 ft. or longer.
Roofing Material / Gutters / Canales: We accept roofing material such as rolled, metal, and bundles of new shingles. We also accept roofing gutter/canale materials that are in full pieces (min. 6 ft.), not rusty, bent, or damaged.
Windows / Screens: We accept double-pane windows of all types if the glass is intact. We also accept stained glass windows. For casement type windows, we appreciate having the hardware and cranks. We do not accept screens by themselves — they must
be included with the window. No delaminated windows and no unframed glass whatsoever.
Cabinets: We accept undamaged complete sets of cabinets. Cabinets must have doors, shelving, display racks, etc.
Computers: We accept computers in working condition that are less than 3 years old that are NOT password protected. Computer monitors must be in working condition and are accepted
with our discretion. (We do not accept printers, faxes, or password protected computers).
Electronics: We accept flat panel TVs (less than 10 years old), amps, receivers, speakers and wiring, remote controls, working GPS units, automotive electronics, video game systems, CD players, radios, and stereos. (We do not accept cell phones, cordless phones, CRT TVs, and tape players.)
Furniture: We accept furniture in good condition. Must include all pieces and function, e.g. all drawers in working condition. Please no stains, rips, or tears in upholstery. If the item was around pets, please vacuum before donating.
Housewares: We accept chip-free, safe and clean dishes & glassware, cookware, utensils, etc. Complete sets preferred.
Lighting: We accept lamps, light fixtures and chandeliers in working condition with all hardware included. No ballasts with PCBs. We do not accept ceiling fans.
Paint: We do not accept paint for donation. (ACE Hardware in Carbondale and Sherwin Williams in Glenwood Springs will accept 5 gallons of paint free-of-charge. If you are looking to recycle open paint cans, see paintcare.org for locator map for recycling centers.)
Wall Coverings: We accept wallpaper in full unopened rolls.
Plumbing / Tubs / Sinks / Showers / Commodes: We accept clean fiberglass tubs, sinks, and commodes in white or cream. We also accept stainless steel sinks and un-chipped cast iron
sinks and bathtubs
Rugs: We accept stain & rip-free, rugs in clean, sellable condition.
Sporting Goods: We accept sporting goods in good, operable
condition. We do not accept exercise machinery older than 10 years.
Tools: We accept hand and power tools in working condition. No battery powered tools, unless they are newer than 10 years with functioning batteries and charger.
If in doubt, just ask!
WE DO NOT ACCEPT
- Entertainment centers
- Gas dryers
- Large particle board desks
- Cribs, strollers, high chairs or car seats
- Printers, faxes, or password protected computers
- Some pianos
- Some pool tables
- Used mattresses
What people are saying about donating to our ReStore
"I have had many deliveries from prominent companies—the service that Habitat for Humanity's team provides exceeds any "white glove" service I have ever seen! These guys are the best around!"
Alex Y, Carbondale