Donate to Habitat for Humanity ReStores of Lee and Hendry counties

Remodeling, cleaning out, downsizing or just getting organized? Consider donating your excess household goods and building materials to the Habitat ReStore. We’ll gladly take new and gently used items off your hands and you’ll get the satisfaction of knowing they helped support local families and didn’t end up in the landfill. All of your donations are tax-deductible.

For businesses, donating to the Habitat ReStore is a great way to move discontinued or excess stock, donate gently used returns and show your customers that you care about the environment and your community. Plus, we’ll pick up your donated goods, which saves you time and money.

Schedule a pickup

Interested in helping Habitat for Humanity cure poverty housing?! Do you have items, clutter, an attic or storage space you want back? Call us now to schedule a FREE pick-up of your large donation at 239-652-0388. Curious if your donation is "large" enough? Email us today at DonateReStore@habitat4humanity.org.

 

If you wish to make a monetary donation to Habitat for Humanity of Lee & Hendry Counties, you can do that here. Thanks!

Donation items accepted

Carpets/Rugs

NO: Wall to wall carpet.

New and gently used area rugs (please roll up and know the size)

Doors

NO: Sliding glass, 8ft, or garage doors.

Interior and exterior (standard size only)

Entertainment

NO: Computer equipment, Tube TV’s, or other electronics items.  

Flat screen TV’s (less than five years old)
Home theater equipment (less than five years old)
Books

Home exterior

NO: Used gutters or windows non-hurricane proof.  

Hurricane impacted windows
New insulation

Kitchen/bathroom

NO: Faucets, shower doors, and hot water heaters.

Cabinets
Kitchen islands
Sinks
Toilets
Tubs
Vanities

Lawn & garden

NO: Propane tanks, broken, moldy, or rusted items.

Fountains
Gently used tools
Grills
Mulch and rocks (full bags)

Paint

NO: Used, partials, or oil based paint.

New cans of latex paint ONLY

Tools

NO: Recalled, broken, or rusted items. Must be in working condition. ​

Hand tools
Power tools

Home interior

NO: Clothes, children’s items, valances, draperies, and unframed mirrors

Artificial greenery
Artwork
Exercise equipment (less than 5 years old and in working condition)
Framed mirrors
Kitchenware
Knick knacks
Linens
Vertical blinds (boxed)

Lighting/fans

NO: Florescent lightbulbs, broken items, or in need of repairs. All lighting and ceiling fans must be in working condition with all parts and mounting brackets included.

Light fixtures
Sconces
Chandeliers
Lamps

Hardware

NO: Rusted, loose, or missing parts. 

Boxes of nails, screws, nuts and misc. hardware
Plumbing hardware
Door hinges
Electrical hardware
Door knobs/deadbolts
Cabinet pulls

Windows

Picture
Double hung
Bay

Plumbing supplies

Faucets
Pipes
Tubs
Toilets
Showers

Building materials

NO: Cut or used wood. Nothing exposed or left out in exterior elements.  

Brick/block
Electrical hardware
Plumbing
Drywall (full sheets)
Grout (unopened)
Large quantities of lumber (6 ft or longer)
Pavers
Trim
Plywood

Flooring

NO: Anything manufactured in China, broken or used. Must be more than 500 Sq. ft.

Carpet
Laminate
Linoleum
Tile
Wood

Furniture

NO: Stained, torn, broken, peeling, moldy, or pet damaged furniture. No mattresses/box-springs, entertainment centers, armoires, or murphy beds.

Bedroom
Dining room
Entertainment centers
Kitchen
Living room
Office
Patio

Cabinets

NO: Rot, mold, water damage, or broken cabinets. Doors must be attached.

Kitchen cabinets
Bathroom cabinets and vanities

Appliances

NO: Dishwashers manufactured before Jan. 2014. All appliances must be less than 10 years old, in good/working condition, and without rust. To find age: www.appliance411.com 

Toasters, blenders and other small kitchen appliances
Stoves
Refrigerators
Washing machines
Wine coolers
Ranges
Dryers
Cooktops
Air conditioners
Freezers
Microwaves

Donation items not accepted

  • Clothing,
  • Children’s Items
  • Used Mattresses/Box-springs
  • Computer Equipment
  • Medical Equipment
  • Food
  • Pesticides
  • Fertilizers
  • Hazardous Chemicals
  • Unframed Mirrors
  • Broken Items.  

Referral for non-accepted items

Hazardous Materials

(chemicals, paint, fluorescent lightbulbs, etc...)

Lee County’s Topaz Court Solid Waste Annex
6441 Topaz Ct, Fort Myers, FL 33966
Phone: (239) 533-8000
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm & First Sat. of each month 8am-12pm

Trash

Lee County’s Resource Recovery Facility in Buckingham
10500/10550 Buckingham Rd, Fort Myers, FL 33905
Phone: (239) 533-8000
Hours: Monday - Wednesday 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday 6:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday 6:30am-12pm

Collier County Landfill
3730 White Lake Blvd. Naples, FL 34117
Phone: (239) 252-8489
Hours: Mon-Sat. 9am-5pm, Closed Sundays

Used Mattresses

First Assembly Ministry- Contact Darlene @ (239) 867-6821

Clothing, Electronics, Children’s items, etc.

  • Goodwill- (239) 652-1600
  • Salvation Army- (239) 337-0955
  • Kiwanis: Cape Coral- (239) 542-2849, FMB- (239) 454-8090
  • Hope Chest: NFM- (239) 652-1114, Bonita- (239) 444-1100
  • St. Vincent DePaul: 239-992-1899\

Canned Food

Harry Chapin Food Bank
3760 Fowler St. Fort Myers, FL 33901
Phone: (239) 334-7007

Other referrals

  • Delivery service: Hercules Delivery Service- (239) 278-4372
  • 2nd Floor pickups: St. Matthew’s House- (239) 774-3315
  • Donations of Cars, Boats, etc.: Habitat’s Cars for Homes, phone: (877) 277-4344 or www.carsforhomes.org
  • To find age & info on your appliances: www.appliance411.com