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Donating your new and gently used building materials, furniture, appliances, and tools to Habitat ReStore directly impacts your community. For ReStore shoppers, your donated items become a cost-effective solution for home repairs and upgrades. Landfill waste is reduced. Housing is made affordable through Habitat for Humanity Programs. Your donation is tax-deductible with a value determined by you.
All donated materials must be in working condition. Materials must be free of mold, water damage, and excessive wear. All donated materials should be free of hazardous materials/chemicals to the best of your knowledge.
**Appleton ReStores are accepting holiday decor, trees, etc through January 31st, 2020 on a drop-off donation basis only. Holiday items will be accepted for donation again in early October. Donations of holiday string lights are accepted year-round.
Still have your non-artificial Christmas tree? Check this out > https://www.appleton.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/
**Items not qualified for donation pick-up, but may be accepted as drop-off donations include: masonry items such as landscaping brick (seasonally), patio doors (full set only), cast iron, reclining sofas, and appliances older than 10 years (no refrigerators).
If we are unable to accept your donation items, check List of Community Resources to learn of other opportunities to donate, recycle, or dispose.
Drop-off donations can be brought to either Appleton Habitat ReStore location Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
You can also email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Or call (920) 967-8907.
For more information regarding Deconstruction Services, click here.
**older than 10 years/non-working appliances
**materials with left-behind grout, nails, screws, or mold/rot will not be accepted
LIQUIDS OF ANY KIND INCLUDING STAIN OR PAINT
**Residential doors, windows, and other building materials painted before 1980
are likely to contain lead-based paint. Appearance of lead-painted surfaces will
resemble an “alligator skin-like” texture along with peeling and sometimes will
be yellow/brown in color. GFCA Habitat ReStore cannot accept these items.
Please check with your local municipality on how to properly dispose of
these hazardous materials.
Used flooring of any kind
Used ceiling tiles or tiles containing asbestos
Laminate flooring made in China (as it may contain formaldehyde)
Lumber/trim under 4’ in length
Windows over 4’ in either length or width
Tile/vinyl/laminate flooring without original box
Fireplace inserts (gas or electric)
Fluorescent bulbs and fixtures
Smoke alarms/fire safety devices
**of any kind including vacuums, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, CRT TVs and computer monitors, computer equipment/peripherals like keyboards and mice, DVD players, stereos and speakers, exercise equipment including treadmills and bikes, and satellite/entertainment equipment
Entertainment centers/TV cabinets
Futon frames and mattresses
Desks over 4’ in length
Office partitions/cubicle panels
Used window shades/blinds
New-in-box window shades/blinds without blue seal “Certified: Best for Kids”
Clothing, linens, bedding, and draperies
**ReStore accepts cast iron sinks and tubs as drop-off donations ONLY
Toilets more than 1.6 GPF
Vanity tops without base cabinets
Used shower doors
Bevel-edge, unframed mirrors
Habitat ReStore volunteers and staff reserve the right to decline any donation for any reason based on visual inspection.
Please visit https://www.recyclemoreoutagamie.org/material-search/ to learn how to recycle/dispose of items ReStore cannot accept.