Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity

Acceptable Donation Items

Donations We Can Use
All donations must be in good physical and working condition whether new or gently used. The following list represents examples of the kinds of items we can accept. Depending upon our inventory at any given time, we may not be able to accept certain items. We must retain the right to decline donations due to safety concerns, facility limitations, marketability, etc.  Have a question, call (252) 223-4493 and ask our ReStore Manager.  Schedule your pick up today for your larger items.

Drop Off no later than 3:30

Your donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. However, due to IRS regulations, nonprofit organizations are not allowed to provide values for in-kind donated items. Please visit the IRS website or contact your local tax professional for further assistance.

YES, Please Donate

Appliances*  (If good condition and operating)

Architectural items
Area Rugs & Carpet Tile
Artwork
Countertops
Décor
Doors
Faucets
Flooring (Wood, Vinyl, Laminate)
Furniture
Hardware
Home Improvement Items
Homegoods & Small Electrics
Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
Kitchen & Bath Sinks (no chips or stains)
Landscape & Gardening Supplies
Lighting & Lamps
Painting Supplies (Paint 2/3 Full, Full, no rust top)
Tile
Toilets (1.6 GPF or less)
Tools
Tubs
Vertical Blinds (wrapped and secure)
Water Heaters 6 Years or newer
Windows

No, Thank You we can not accept
Unfortunately, we’re not able to take all items that our Habitat supporters would like to donate.  Anything with water damage is not accepted. Any appliances in disrepair. Please remember, items that are in poor condition cannot be sold.  Although some exceptions may apply, we are not able to accept donations of the following items:

Appliances in disrepair

Bedding and box springs

Books, Encyclopedias

Cabinets without drawer

Cast iron tubs

China or Glassware chipped or miscellaneous pieces

Clothes, mattresses & baby items (Car Seats, Cribs, Med Beds, or equipment)

Computer Monitors (unless flat screen)

Concrete steps

Curtains, valances, skirting

Dishwashers (unless 5 years or newer)

Exercise Equipment

Fuels, chemicals, solvent-based coatings

Furniture (sags, dirty, torn, broken legs

Office Cubicles

Old Thermostats

Pesticides

Printers/Fax machines/Computers

Sleeper Sofas

Taxidermy

Televisions (older than 4 years) /non-flat screens

Toys, Stuffed Animals

Unframed glass & mirrors

Used blinds (unless vertical, wrapped, secure)

Used water heaters (unless 5 years or newer)

Used/open paint

Water damaged items