Donate to Habitat ReStore to Help Others

Don’t let valuable hardware, appliances and construction materials wind up in the landfill when simply donating them could help so many others.

By donating to a Habitat for Humanity ReStore outlet, you not only provide resources for Habitat for Humanity’s home projects that assist hard-working folks, but you lessen the impact on landfills and the environment.

For those reasons, Front Range Landfill of Erie Colorado encourages customers and everyone in the community to donate acceptable items to one of Habitat for Humanity ReStore outlets – it’s a win all around.

ReStore accepts appliances, furniture, cabinets and other home improvement and construction-related items. If you’re unsure, visit the Restore website or call to learn more.

Donations to ReStore are resold and profits go into Habitats for Humanity’s homeownership program for low-income families. Items donated will not be used in the construction of the new Habitat for Humanity home, however, but the donations generate the money that greatly helps fund the projects that build good, affordable housing for low-income families.

Donating items to organizations like ReStore help in a variety of ways:

  • Donating keeps usable items out of the landfill;
  • Donating helps others;
  • Donating may have tax benefits – get a receipt when you donate;
  • Decreases the environmental impact of producing new products; and,
  • Creates jobs and economic activity in local communities.

Donation information:

Individual donors can drop off items or schedule items to be picked up. To schedule a pick up, visit the Habitat for Humanity website for guidelines and contact information.

Corporate donations are also accepted. Contractors, small businesses, distributors, hotels, moving companies, property managers and others often have items which could be donated to ReStore. The Habitat for Humanity Corporate Donation Team will facilitate corporate donations.

For a complete list of acceptable donation items, visit the ReStore website. Generally items must be less than 15 years old, in good working condition, and clean. Older items and some non-working items are accepted at several locations for recycling. Please check the ReStore website for details or contact a ReStore customer service representative for assistance determining where to take your items.

Acceptable Items Include (see ReStore website for comprehensive list and information):

Air conditioners
Appliances
Bathroom accessories
Books (at some locations)
Book cases
Cabinets
Carpet
Ceiling fans
Cooktops
Desks
Dishwashers
File cabinets
Flooring and tile (minimum donation is 100 sq. feet or 50 sq. feet for tile smaller than 12”x12”)
Furniture
Granite
Hardwood
Hot water heaters
Landscaping brick
Lawn care tools
Marble
Microwave ovens
Refrigerators
Rugs
Stoves
Tile
Washers and dryers
Windows

Corporate Donations

Contact Cherri Peterson
720-232-9394
cherri@habitatoutlet.org

STORE LOCATIONS

Aurora - map
Mon-Sat: 9am-7pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
1640 S Abilene St.
Aurora, CO 80012
720-904-6739

Denver  - map
Mon-Sat: 9am-7pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
70 Rio Grande Blvd.
Denver, CO 80223
303-722-5863

Highlands Ranch - map
Fri-Sat: 9am-7pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
Mon: 9am-7pm
8585 S Poplar Way, Unit B
Highlands Ranch, CO 80130
303-893-2266

Wheat Ridge - map
Mon-Sat: 9am-7pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
10625 W. I-70 Frontage Rd.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
303-421-1908

Littleton - map
Mon-Sat: 9am-7pm
Sun: 10am-5pm
7890 W Quincy Ave
Denver, CO 80123
303-407-2310

Store Closure Hotline
303-893-3322

Donation Dock Hours

All stores except Highlands Ranch:
Mon-Sat: 9am to 6pm
Sun: 10am to 4pm

Highlands Ranch dock hours:
Mon-Sun: 10am-6pm

Weather Closure Hotline
303-893-3322

Donations Hotline
303-421-5300
donations@habitatoutlet.org

Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that everyone deserves a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.  Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has served more than 600 families throughout its 36-year history in Denver. 


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