In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, we are not currently accepting donations or offering pickup service. Your donations will be more important than ever when we are able accept them and will help us continue our work repairing and building homes for local San Diegans. Thank you for your continued support!
WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS!
The ReStore's success depends on your donations of new or gently used, re-sellable home improvement items that are sold to the public as-is. Your donations help future Habitat for Humanity homeowners build and buy their own homes, keep reusable goods out of local landfills, and are tax-deductible.
We gratefully accept donations of items in good, working condition, such as appliances, furniture, tile, lighting, windows, cabinets, tools, and more. Please click here for a full list of acceptable items. If you are not sure your donation is acceptable, please call us at 619-241-2221 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to answer your questions!
Drop off hours are between 10am and 5pm Tuesday through Saturday and 11am to 3pm on Sundays at any of our locations. Once items are approved by an employee, volunteers can help unload your donation and provide you a donation receipt. (Please note that Habitat does not determine the value of your donation on your receipt.)
REQUEST A PICKUP
In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, we are not currently accepting donations, or offering pickup service. Our trucks are in different areas on each day of the week, offering pickup services around San Diego County. Our service is popular and relies on volunteer participation, so we encourage you to schedule your appointment early. If you have questions, or do not have access to a computer, please call our dispatch at 619-241-2221.
ReStores may not take normally accepted items based on the condition of the donation or our current inventory levels. We regret that we cannot accept all donations, and staff reserves the right to refuse items based on product condition or storage limitations.