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Donate Items to the ReStore

Drop Off, or Request a Free Pick Up.

Donations can be dropped off during store hours at any Habitat ReStore location. A staff member will greet you, help you unload, and provide you with a tax-receipt for your records.

Have big or bulky items to donate? Don’t worry, we’ll come to you. You can schedule your free pick up online, or call our donations hotline at 802-857-5296 ext. 4.

DONATION GUIDELINES

We gladly accept new and gently used:

  • – Antiques
  • – Appliances
  • – Artwork
  • – Cabinetry (in good condition, doors and drawers intact)
  • – Clothing (clean, no rips or stains)
  • – Electronics (less than 5 years old, working order)
  • – Flooring
  • – Furniture (in good condition, structurally sound)
  • – Garden supplies
  • – Hardware
  • – Home goods
  • – Lighting (LED only, in good condition)
  • – Lumber and plywood (6ft or longer, no scraps)
  • – Plumbing
  • – Recreational equipment
  • – Small engines
  • – Tools (in working order)
  • – Trial mattress (donated by a manufacturer, not an individual)
  • – TVs (thin, flat screen only)
  • – Windows
  • – Vehicles (cars, trucks, boats, RVs, bikes, snowmobiles, ATVs)

We politely decline:

  • – Baby cribs
  • – Box springs (used)
  • – Children’s car seats
  • – Corded blinds
  • – Fax machines
  • – Fluorescent and can lights
  • – Hazardous materials
  • – Light bulbs
  • – Mattresses (used)
  • – Moldy materials
  • – Paint and stain
  • – Printers
  • – Scanners
  • – Sheetrock sheets less than 4×4
  • – Stuffed toys (unless new)
  • – Unframed mirrors and glass

All donations at staff discretion. 100% of net proceeds support Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity’s building efforts in Chittenden County. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, all donations are tax-deductible.