ReStore | RePurpose | Recycle | ReUse 

Everyone Can Donate!

The ReStore accepts a variety of donated items from businesses and individuals. Your donation is truly making a difference in the lives of families in our community.

We will pick up items that are too big or too heavy for you to transport in your vehicle provided that those items are located in the garage or on the ground floor. Sorry but we can’t pick up items for recycling.

The ReStore is a great place for anyone, from home owners to small businesses, to shop for new and used building materials and furnishings at affordable prices. Proceeds from the ReStore are invested in building homes in Greene and Montgomery Counties for people who need a helping hand, providing them the opportunity to improve their lives and the lives of their children. Homeowners make good neighbors.

All donations are tax-deductible. Please drop off your items at 115 West Riverview Ave., Dayton Ohio 45405 or schedule a pick up for items that are too big or heavy to transport in your vehicle by calling: 937-222-2296.

Accepted Donations

Appliances: Washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, stoves, window airconditioning units, space heaters, and flat screen televisions. Must be less than ten years old and in good working condition.
Architectural Items: Columns, antiques, mantels, etc.
Cabinets: Kitchen and bathroom cabinets in generally good condition, complete without missing doors or drawers.
Countertops: Good condition with minimal chips/damage. Straight only and min 4 feet long.
Doors: No broken glass, holes/gouges, or water damage/splinters, and not bowed/twisted.
Electronics Recycling: All of your old electronics (flat screen TV’s only).
Flooring: Wood, tile, vinyl, carpets and pads. New items only with 100 square feet minimum.
Furniture: In generally good used condition. Upholstered furniture, chairs, couches, tables, bed sets without bedding, etc. Gently used with no holes, gouges or broken legs.
Hardware: Knobs, hinges, locks, nails, cabinet pulls, bolts, nuts, screws.
Lighting Fixtures and Ceiling Fans: In generally good used condition. Please no broken or missing components.
Lumber: Minimal 8′ length. Free of nails, rot, paint, and water damage.
Metal Recycling: Items made primarily of metal.
Mirrors: Must be framed and in good condition.
Paint: Full unopened cans of latex paint or stain, no oil based paint or spray paint.
Plumbing: Usable fixtures, parts and supplies. No faucets or soldered copper fittings.
Plywood Sheathing: Half/full sheets good condition only.
Tools: Hand, garden, working power tools.
Windows: Complete and usable units only, non-fogged, clear glass only. Insulated glass. No broken glass.

We apologize, but the following items cannot  be accepted:

  • Any item deemed unsellable in our store
  • Bedding or Clothing
  • Sleeper Sofas
  • CRT TVs or stands
  • Faucets, hot tubs or soldered copper fittings
  • Drapes or fabric window dressings of any kind
  • Blinds with slats under 3″ 
  • Landscaping patio and paving stone and brick
  • Lumber containing nails or covered with oil or lead paint
  • Oil based or Lead based paint
  • Pianos or organs
  • Toxic, hazardous or lead based materials or chemicals (Lawn, pest, pool, finishing)
  • Unframed glass or mirrors
  • Mattresses or box springs
  • Hospital beds
  • Entertainment Centers
  • Fluorescent bulbs or tubes
  • Used carpet and/or padding


DUE TO CPSC RECALL, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING CORDED BLINDS.  Consumers who have window blinds with cords in their homes should call the Window Covering Safety Council toll-free (800) 506-4636 to receive a free repair kit for each set of blinds in the home. You can also visit their web site - - to get more information on checking your window covering. The repair kit will include small plastic attachments to prevent the inner cords from being pulled loose. The kit also includes safety tassels for pre-1995 window blinds with outer pull cords ending in loops. Consumers should cut the loops and install a safety tassel at the end of each pull cord. Consumers who have vertical blinds, draperies or pleated shades with continuous loop cords should request special tie-downs to prevent strangulation in those window coverings.

Cell phones will be passed on to the Artemis Center, Dayton’s Domestic Violence Resource Agency, for 911 services for their clients. Any phones that cannot be refurbished will be properly recycled. Any cell phones and chargers are accepted, excluding bag phones or vehicle installed models. Donors should deactivate the wireless service of the donated phone and remove any personal information including SIM cards.