Remodeling, cleaning out, downsizing or just getting organized? Consider donating your excess household goods and building materials to the Habitat ReStore. We’ll gladly take new and gently-used items off your hands and you’ll get the satisfaction of knowing they helped support local families and didn’t end up in the landfill. All of your donations are tax-deductible.
For businesses, donating to the Habitat ReStore is a great way to move discontinued or excess stock, deal with gently used returns and show your customers that you care about the environment and your community. Plus, we’ll pick up your donated goods, which will save you time and money.
If you wish to make a monetary donation to Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County, please click here.
We offer free pickup service in Hamilton County Tuesday through Friday between the hours of 9:30am and 3:30pm. Conveniently schedule your pickup online today. Be sure to include a valid phone number, email, and address. A confirmation email will be sent to confirm the date of your pickup. Though the pickups are free, monetary donations are appreciated to help offset fuel expenses.
Chairs* (living room, office, recliner, etc.)
Tables (dining room, side)
*Upholstered furniture cannot have any stains, tears or pet damage.
Tile (no broken pieces)
Linoleum (new only)
Carpet (new or gently used, 12'x12' or larger, no small pieces unless carpet tiles)
Area rugs (new or gently used)
To donate your old vehicle, call 1-877-277-4344, or visit the Cars for Homes website.
Countertops - Only with cabinets, unless they are granite
Lamp shades in good condition
Listed below are items we cannot accept. For a more extensive list of what we take and cannot take click here.
Hazardous materials or chemical solvents
Opened cans of paint/lead paint
Clothing or housewares
Fluorescent light bulbs
Clothing, toys, baby items
Upholstered furniture containing stains, rips, tears, odors
Tires/car batteries/used chemicals
Mattresses and boxsprings
Tile in amounts less than 4'x4'
Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste Center
St. Vincent De Paul