Thank you for your interest in donating to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore! We accept donations of new and gently used home improvement items such as appliances, furniture, and building materials from your home or business. Proceeds from the sale of donated items directly impacts Habitat’s mission to build affordable housing for families in need.
Easy Drop Off
Come by any of our ReStore locations during store hours to drop off your donation. ReStore staff will help unload your donation and provide a tax receipt. Please review our donation criteria for details about what we accept.
Drop Off Hours
Oakland – Mon-Fri 10-5 and 9-4 Saturday
San Jose – 10-5 Tues-Fri and 9-4 Saturday
Santa Clara – 10-5 Tues-Fri and 9-4 Saturday
Concord – 10-5 Mon-Fri and 9-4 Saturday/Sunday
Request a Pick-Up
We provide donation pick-up services to Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties (some exclusions apply). Although our pick-up service is free, please consider making an optional $15 donation to assist us with transportation costs. Donations of any amount are appreciated and enable Habitat to do more for the community! To schedule a pick-up, please click the “Request Pick-Up” button below or call our donations hotline at (800) SHOP-090.
Is your business interested in donating in-kind materials to the Habitat ReStore? To learn more, please contact David Gray, ReStore Development Coordinator, at DGray@HabitatEBSV.org or (800) SHOP-090.
Donating goods to the ReStore could qualify you for a tax deduction. Please see the resources below, in order to find out if your donation is tax-deductible.
The Donor is advised that if a tax deduction on a gift is to be taken, the Internal Revenue Service has regulations for filing tax-deductible contributions valued at $250 or more. Please see the following information to help determine whether or not your donation is tax-deductible. If the value of the donation is greater than $5,000, an independent appraisal is required and Habitat staff is required to sign the IRS Form 8283 acknowledging receipt of the gift. To be acceptable to the IRS, the appraisal must be made no more than 60 days before the date of the contribution and before the due date of the tax return.
The Donor is asked to present the appraisal and completed IRS Form 8283 to Habitat at the time of the gift. The Form will be returned to the Donor with proper signature. For additional information see Determining the Value of Donated Property, Charitable Contributions, and a listing of appraisers.