15 years of Building Hope for this generation and the next! Make a gift now through May 2



Help Habitat build and repair homes by donating your stuff


Do you have furniture, home goods or building supplies that you no longer need?

Donate them to the ReStore—it’s easy, reliable and tax-deductible. And it’s a great way to help the community: Habitat uses 100% of profits to build and repair homes in Philadelphia.

Complete our online form to schedule your free donation pick-up. Our pick-up team is courteous and professional, and we’ll pick up donations of any size. You can also drop off your donation Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. 

Please note, the ReStore does not accept: mattresses, bed frames, paint, box springs, china cabinets, clothing, kitchenware, random hardware or any unsellable items.


We accept the following

Furniture:  Overall excellent condition.  Upholstery must be clean, free of stains, not worn, torn or damaged

Appliances: Refrigerators, ranges, range hoods, washing machines, dryers, furnaces, kitchen appliances.  Must be less than 8 years old, clean and in working condition, slight scratch/dent okay. Must have all parts/accessories.

Cabinets:  Must have all doors & drawers, doors must be attached, standard sizes. Please remove from kitchen before pickup

Household Goods:  House décor or art.  Please place in boxes for pickup

Air Conditioning & Heating Units:  whole house or window models.  Must be less than 8 years old

Brick & Block:  Drop-off ONLY, minimum 25 blocks. Must be in sellable condition

Lumber:  dimensional (6’ or longer), sheet (1/2 sheet or more), free of rot, nails, screws

New & Unused Tile/Hardwood Flooring: floor and wall, at least 30 sq. ft. Must be in original boxes.

Plumbing: toilets, vanities, shower enclosures.  Must be clean & in usable condition. We will not accept older style toilets.

Roofing:  unopened, non-damaged bundles, non-expired adhesive, unused gutters

Lighting:  floor and table lamps, ceiling fans, light fixtures (in working condition with all parts), no recessed lighting

Doors:  new and like-new interior, exterior, screen, security.  No broken glass or damaged wood.  Remove doorknobs & bag to sell separately

Windows: Vinyl only, new construction or retrofit.  NO metal, wood or single pane, no broken glass or damaged windows

Tools:  hand or power tools, in good working condition with all parts, cords, batteries

Electronics:  TVs (flat-screen only), DVD, CD, record players, radios in good working condition with all parts, cords, batteries. We will not accept electronics over 10 years old.

Tax Deduction Information

Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  We will provide you with a receipt for tax deduction purposes, as well as an acknowledgement letter with our tax exempt status and tax ID (42-1580163).

The Donor is advised that if a tax deduction on a gift is to be taken, the Internal Revenue Service has regulations for filing tax-deductible contributions valued at $250 or more. If the value of the donation is greater than $500.00, Habitat staff is required to sign the IRS Form 8283 acknowledging receipt of the gift. To be acceptable to the IRS, the appraisal must be made no more than 60 days before the date of the contribution and before the due date of the tax return.

The Donor is asked to present the appraisal and completed IRS Form 8283 to Habitat at the time of the gift. The Form will be returned to the Donor with proper signature.

The official registration and financial information of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.