Have something to Donate…

Habitat ReStore of Mesa County accepts donations of appliances, cabinets, building supplies, furniture, and more. Please read our Acceptable Donated Item List below or contact us at 970-263-0858 for a complete listing. Thank you for your contribution!

Drop Off Hours of Donated Items: Mon-Sat, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Donated Items can be dropped off between Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. along the Eastside garage doors of  Habitat ReStore at 2936 North Avenue.

Schedule a Pick-up: Call 970-263-0858

We’d be happy to pick up your donated items in the Mesa County area. Call Habitat ReStore to schedule a free pick up (*some restrictions may apply) at 970-263-0858 or if you have a question about your donation. Our staff will be happy to answer your questions.
 *We are unable to pick up in Loma, Mack, Debeque, Whitewater and Kannah Creek

Acceptable Donated Items (should be safe and clean):

  • Any item of interest *please describe the item to a ReStore associate 
  • Antiques
  • Curiosities
  • Living room furniture
  • Dining room furniture
  • Bedroom furniture
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Laundry appliances
  • Decorative items
  • Household items
  • Kitchen items
  • Dishes
  • Cook ware
  • Electrical hardware
  • Lighting & lamps
  • Plumbing hardware
  • Toilets *must be sanitary
  • Sinks
  • Cabinet & door hardware
  • Yard supplies
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tools
  • Seasonal items
  • Books, videos, DVDs
  • DVD players
  • Stereos, speakers
  • Building materials
  • Lumber
  • Tile
  • LCD/Flat TVs

Unacceptable Items due liability, safety regulations & the current cost of disposal:

  • Hazardous materials, liquids, paint or fuels
  • Batteries
  • Tires or used automotive parts
  • Unsafe or breakable items such as unframed glass
  • Pianos
  • Baby furniture: car seats, strollers or cribs– only for disposal due to liability
  • Furniture items in poor or unsafe condition
  • High tech electronics or computers and components
  • CRT TVs
  • Personal safety equipment: helmets, life jackets, knee or elbow pads
  • Gas appliances