Donate

 

Donated items accepted by the ReStore of Habitat for Humanity of Grayson County

  • Furniture – clean, undamaged couches, chairs, tables, lamps, bed frames, etc.
  • Electric appliances seven years old or less and in good working condition
  • Sinks and tubs
  • Toilets and other plumbing fixtures and parts in working condition
  • Hand tools
  • Power tools – electric, battery powered, or gas
  • Lawn and garden tools
  • Cabinets, complete with doors
  • Countertops and vanities
  • Lighting fixtures and ceiling fans with mounting hardware
  • Architectural items like columns, mantles, and antiques
  • Housewares like pots and pans, dishes, décor, kitchen appliances, all in good condition
  • Siding, roofing materials
  • Windows and screens
  • Flooring – tile, wood, laminate — at least three boxes minimum
  • Carpeting – clean and at least 8’x10’
  • Hardware – hinges, bolts, door knobs, screws, nails, etc.
  • Interior and exterior doors with frames
  • Electrical fuses, breakers, switches, etc.
  • Lumber, plywood, trim, sheetrock, etc. in at least half sheet or 6 foot long pieces
  • Masonry, cinderblocks, bricks, etc.  Must be dropped off – we can’t pick those up
  • Window blinds, air vents
  • Air conditioning units and electric space heaters in working condition
  • Books

We cannot accept:

  • Mattresses or bedding
  • Soiled carpeting
  • Water heaters
  • Damaged or incomplete cabinets
  • Children’s cribs, car seats, toys, etc.
  • Broken or rusted appliances
  • Dishwashers
  • Damaged doors
  • Tires or automotive parts
  • Broken windows
  • Broken or unframed glass or mirrors
  • Clothing, toys, shoes
  • Pesticides or any hazardous/toxic chemicals
  • Musical instruments
  • Paint or paint thinners
  • Garage doors or door openers
  • Any materials containing lead or asbestos
  • Console televisions
  • Non-working electronics
  • Trash compactors

Please note:

  • We sell donated items in as-is condition.
  • We cannot accept any items that would require repairs.

Thank you for your understanding!

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