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Donate Goods at a Restore

What is a ReStore? — Remodel, Rebuild, Renew!

A ReStore sells new and gently-used home improvement goods, furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances at a fraction of the retail price. Donating to a Restore helps to keep unwanted items out of landfills. The proceeds from these stores are used by Habitat for Humanity locally to build more homes for hard-working, low-income families.

Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity does not have their own ReStore yet, but occasionally we are able to accept donations of NEW construction materials left over from your home improvement project. Example materials include: sheetrock, lumber, insulation, boxes of nails or screws, or several boxes of neutral-colored ceramic floor tile (note: we cannot accept paint). If you have new materials and you would like to find out if RVHFH can use them, please send an email with a description of the materials and quantity available to rvhfh@rvhabitat.org and we will get back to you.

Moving, cleaning out the garage, or remodeling?

Put your items in new or good condition to good use by donating them to one of our ReStores. Details about items that can be accepted can be found on the website of the location nearest you or you can give them a call to find out more information.

Need some new furniture, appliances or supplies for your home improvement project?

You might be amazed at what you can find at a fraction of the cost of new at one of our ReStores. Appliances, fencing, furniture, lighting, flooring, and much more. Check out the website of the ReStore near you or better yet stop by to see the outstanding items available for purchase at far less than what you would pay for full priced items.

For other materials, or materials RVHFH cannot use, here are the three closest ReStores near our area:

For more details on items accepted for donation, hours of operation, etc, visit their website:

Morris County ReStore

For more details on items accepted for donation, hours of operation, etc, visit their website:

Warren Country Restore

For more details on items accepted for donation, hours of operation, etc, visit their website:

Trenton Restore

Photos: Steffan Hacker, Allen E Sullivan/Habitat for Humanity International