How to Donate Items to ReStore
Thank you for considering a donation to our Habitat ReStore. Please review the ReStore Donation Criteria section below before you donate.
If you have any questions please call 707-568-3228.
Monday through Friday 10am–5pm; Saturday 9am-4pm
Please do not drop off any items without first talking to store staff or a volunteer.
Monday through Friday 10am–6pm and Saturday 9am–5pm
We prefer that customers bring in their donations, but we do offer a free pick-up service for large donations within Sonoma County. Please call 707-568-3228 ext. 2 to schedule a donation pick-up.
Sonoma County Habitat for Humanity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations to ReStore are tax-deductible.
ReStore Donation Criteria
Click on any materials category link below for expanded information.
Upholstered furniture must be in "like new" condition.
No pet stains. No rips, tears, or discolouration.
No smokers odor. No sleeper sofas or hide-a-beds. No mattresses.
Wood furniture must be in good condition. No water damage, stains or mold.
Less than 10 years old
All parts and pieces included, assembled, and in working order; cannot be missing parts that impede functionality in any way
Free of rust and excessive grease and black mold
No significant aesthetic or functional damage
CLEAN/like-new blenders, toasters, food processors, coffeemakers, etc.
Cook/Bakeware in excellent condition only, please
All lights must be in working condition; no frayed wires or significant corrosion
Bulbs must be new and in packaging, no fluorescents or ballasts
No recessed can or track lighting
All necessary mounting hardware must be included
Must be new, bagged, free of holes and tears, not damaged or permeated by moisture
No used insulation
Free of excessive rust
No conduit lengths; fittings ok
Must have all doors, shelves, and drawers; no missing pieces or parts
Free of significant structural, aesthetic, or functional damage
Free of mold and water damage
Must be in excellent condition: no peeling veneer, holes, patched holes, cracks, broken glass, or failed seals
Free of water damage
Not modified in any way by customer
All materials must be NEW, UNUSED, AND IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING
Tile and flooring will only be accepted in quantities of 50 square feet or more
Vinyl flooring will only be accepted in quantities of 30 square feet or more
Carpet will only be accepted in quantities of 100 square feet or more
Sheet lumber must be in full (4'x8') or half sheets; no scraps
Lengths of lumber, molding, and base boards must at least 6'; no scraps
All lumber must be new/unused and free of mold and water damage
All materials must be new/unused
Free of excessive rust or corrosion
Functional or useable
Porcelain items must be free of chips, cracks, and significant discoloration
Cast iron items must be free of excessive rust and chips, cracks and significant discoloration
Toilets must be rated 1.8 or less GPF and have a clear indication of this behind the seat or inside the toilet tank; toilets without this mark cannot be accepted
Vanity tops must have the cabinet to match them or be a relatively symmetrical shape and size; CULTURED MARBLE VANITY TOPS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
No PVC lengths; fittings ok.
Must have no frame damage, be fully functional (ex: no need to replace sash window springs)
Include all parts necessary for functionality (ex: crank windows must have crank and case cover)
No chipped or cracked glass, no failed seals
Aluminum windows (anodized or not) and single pane cannot be accepted
Tools and equipment must be in good, working condition; no fix-its needed
Lawn and farming products must not be expired or within relative close range to expiration
Bricks and pavers must be free of mortar
Must be fully functional and have all parts necessary for functionality
Wall art, mirrors, vases, sculpture, small fountains, pottery, etc.
Service for 4 or more
- 4 or more matching pieces
In WORKING condition only, please
Appliances more than 10 years old
Ballast or fluorescent light tubes
Used tile or carpet
E-waste or office equipment
Used patching materials: putty, grout, etc.
Broken or incomplete items
Items subjected to rodent waste