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How does donating to ReStore help families?

The money raised by Habitat ReStore helps families build a decent and affordable place to call home. When the items you donate to ReStore are sold, the money helps families achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better future.

What can you donate to ReStore?

Habitat ReStore accepts new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials, household goods and more from individuals and companies. Click here for a detailed description of accepted items.  Call 717-491-1156 to ask a representative what we can accept.

Need to donate stuff?

Remodeling, cleaning, down-sizing or just getting organized? Whatever your project, don’t let the items you no longer need end up in your local landfill.

Habitat ReStore diverts tons from landfills each year, accepting hard-to-dispose-of items including new and used furniture, appliances and surplus building materials. In many cases, pickup service is provided for large items.

Best of all, proceeds from the sale of these donated goods help families build a foundation for the future.

How do you donate goods to Habitat ReStore?

Habitat ReStore staff and volunteers make the donation process as simple as possible. You can always donate goods in person, and sometimes we provide free pickup of large items. Here’s how the process works.

Note that it is important to call your ReStore and confirm donation hours, which can sometimes differ from store hours.  Call us at 717-491-1151

Need to donate lots of stuff?

Whether your company has ten tractor trailers or 25 warehouses across the country full of items to donate, our Nationwide Procurement and Logistics Team is here to make gift-in-kind donations as easy as possible. We can arrange one-time donations of excess stock, or establish long-term partnerships with recurring donations in different locations. We’ve handled nationwide restaurant chain remodels, going out of business events and everything in between. Read more about Habitat for Humanity gift-in-kind donations or send an email.