Donating to the ReStore reduces landfill waste and provides opportunities for community members to make purchases at reduced prices. Habitat for Humanity is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided at your request.
Since we are a functioning retail store, we’re unable to accept all donations. The items in our store must be “sellable.” This means that they a) fit our product niche, b) are not currently overstocked in the store, and c) are in working order without rips, tears, stains, odors, cracks, or missing parts. On occasion, we’re unable to accept items even if they were purchased at the ReStore. Please notify a staff member before dropping off anything.
APPLIANCES: washers, dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, ranges, microwaves, air conditioners, wood burning stoves, gas stoves BUILDING MATERIALS: angle iron, asphalt shingles, bricks, concrete blocks, conduit, copper pipe, counter tops, flashing, HVAC & junctions, PVC pipe & junctions, sheet metal, rolls of tar paper, & sheetrock CABINETS: kitchen uppers and lowers, bathroom vanities, fitted sinks, upper medicine/storage cabinets, mirrored cabinets, cabinet door sets, counter tops, racks DOORS:hollow core with jam, solid core, sliding, bi-fold, screen, exterior, interior ELECTRICAL: wiring, switches, switch plates ELECTRONICS: stereos, receivers, speakers, amplifiers,DVD players, televisions (LCD or LED ONLY) FLOORING: carpet, rugs, wood flooring, laminate FURNITURE: sofas, lounge chairs, coffee tables, side tables, television stands, entertainment centers, armoires, hutches, shelving, mounted clocks, dining tables and chairs, stools, sides, buffets, islands, desks, office chairs, hardback chairs, book shelves, filing cabinets,pool tables, hockey tables, armoires, wardrobes, bed stands, garden furniture, quality artwork, head/foot boards, bed frames, mattresses/box spring sets HARDWARE: doorhandles, door knobs, hinges, nails, screws, brackets, joist hangers, shelf brackets LIGHTING: lamps, hanging lights, chandeliers, ceiling fans, wall fixtures, track lighting, sconces, bulbs, exterior lights LUMBER: 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 10x, 12x, plywood, particle board, decking, siding, fencing, trim, baseboard, molding PLUMBING: toilets, sinks, bathtubs, shower bases, hot tubs, faucets, piping, bathroom fixtures TILE: slate, marble, ceramic, vinyl, grout, sealant, adhesive, caulk TOOLS: hand & power WINDOWS: double pane only & must be less than 6 feet by 6 feet
- paint or stain
- TVs (LCD or LED accepted)
- mattresses without box springs
- box springs without mattresses
- blinds or curtains
- baseboard heaters
- housewares such as dishes, toys, or tchotchkes
- children’s goods such as cribs, strollers, or high chairs
PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS AT THE FRONT OR BACK DOOR!
Items left at the door without a staff member’s approval will be dumped. Dumping such items cost Habitat for Humanity almost $3,000 in 2009.
If you have any questions regarding the furniture and housing materials that we do accept, check our Shop page or call us at (307) 734-0389 or email us: restore (at) tetonhabitat.org
If you are unable to bring your donations to the store, we may be able to pick them up at no charge. Pickups are scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10:30 and 4:00 in the Jackson Hole area (from Kelly, to Hoback, to Teton Village). To schedule a pickup, you can call or email us. Please include your name, phone number, address, and the items we’ll be picking up. Decisions regarding whether or not we’ll accept a particular item will be made at the time of pickup.
In addition to individual pieces of donated furniture, we offer a Deconstruction service for salvaging items from demolitions and remodels. Less any dumping fees, the service is FREE; homeowners can avoid costly landfill fees and receive tax receipts for items sold through the ReStore. Though you are welcome to help us, we will have a team of trained, insured ReStore volunteers to complete the Deconstruction and load our truck. Please call us so that we can schedule an initial site evaluation to determine what can be salvaged.