Donate items by dropping them off at the ReStore anytime during our store hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. If a donation is too large to fit in your car, call us or fill out a donation pick-up request form. Donations to the ReStore are tax-deductible.
– Donations are only accepted upon inspection –
– Please do not drop off items when the ReStore is closed –
Please review our donation guidelines before dropping off items or requesting pick ups:
Items We Accept:
Appliances: Must be less than 8 years old, in working condition, clean, and have all parts.
Dishwashers: Cannot be manufactured before January 2014 due to Federal Law.
Cabinets: New or used.
Carpet: Brand new, never installed carpet only.
Doors: Exterior, interior, wood, French, and sliding glass doors. No hollow core or slab doors.
Electrical: Switch plates, switches, fuses, breakers, conduit, etc.
Flooring No less than 120 square feet
Furniture No upholstered items
Lighting: Working condition.
Lumber: No nails or screws. Only usable amounts.
Mirrors: Only mirrors with frames.
Plumbing: Faucets cannot be manufactured before January 2014 due to Federal Law.
Sinks and Toilets: No rust marks, stains, or chips. Low-flow only (1.25 gallon).
Tile: Over 40 square ft.
Tubs: No chips or pitting.
Water heaters: Electric or gas. Cannot be manufactured before January 2014 due to Federal Law.
Windows: Double pane only.
Items We Cannot Accept:
All liquids: paint, solvents, and chemicals.
Carpet, linoleum, or rugs: No used carpet or padding.
Electrical: fixtures missing parts or not in working order.
Fluorescent light bulbs.
Recessed canned lighting
Hollow core or slab doors.
Mirrors and glass without frames.
Non Low flow toilets.
Single pane windows or fixed pane.
Tile: in quantities less than 40 square feet.
Water heaters, dishwashers and faucets older than January 2014 (due to Federal Law)
Other appliances older than 5 years.
Donation questions can be directed here.
We appreciate your donations! Whether you donate furniture, home improvement goods, or anything we accept – it helps Habitat build and preserve affordable housing in Southern Santa Barbara County.