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What can you find at a Habitat Store?

Items we carry in our Stores and always love to receive include:
 

Furniture

Clean, no rips or tears

Tools

Power tools must be in working condition

Cabinets

Must have all drawers and doors attached with no water damage

Vanities

Must have all doors and drawers attached; no damage; if counter top and sink are attached they must be in good condition

Doors

Lighting

Appliances

Please call for criteria! Appliances must be clean, in good working condition, and have all parts

Household Items

Dishes, pictures, lamps, etc. (call if in doubt)

Antiques and Collectibles

Sinks

 

 

 

 

The Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity Stores accept donations of new or gently used building materials, furniture, appliances, and hardware that are clean and in 100% working condition.

All proceeds from items donated to either of The Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity Stores go straight toward funding our mission of eliminating poverty housing in our community. Thank you for your support!

Your donation to either Habitat Store is tax-deductible. In addition, by donating items to one of the Stores you are providing our community with a source of low-cost goods while also reducing the quantity of material going into landfills.

You may drop off your donations at the Tacoma or Lakewood location during business hours or arrange for a free pick up. Please email the Store or call 253-779-8149 if you have questions about donations or to schedule a pick up.
 

Items unable to accept: 

  • Used Toilets
  • Paint
  • Loose Tile
  • Chemicals
  • Baby Furniture
  • Mattresses or Box Springs
  • Hide-A-Beds
  • Futons
  • Aluminum Windows
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Blinds

Note: Due to restrictions set in place by the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act that went into effect January 4, 2014, the Habitat Stores are no longer able to accept the following products: kitchen faucets, bathroom sink faucets, dishwashers, water heaters, pipes and pipe fittings leading to the above, plumbed-in appliances (e.g., coffee makers), or fire hydrants. We appreciate your understanding.