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Donate Items

The Waukesha ReStore is accepting donations of furniture, appliances, cabinetry, lighting, building supplies, and more.


Do you want to support our mission with a donation, but don't have a way of bringing your items to us? Good news—you can schedule a pick up, and our drivers will come to you! 

Please be aware: our ReStore is committed to offering high quality products for resale, and therefore cannot accept all potential donations. We must pay for any items that need to be disposed of, which reduces our ability to build more affordable homes in Waukesha County. 

What We Accept

Items that are not in sellable condition cannot be accepted. If you would like to donate an item not listed in the ReStore Donation Guidelines, or are unsure if it is something we can accept, please call us at 262-662-6061.


If your donation meets our criteria, please feel free to drop it off at our store. If it's too large for you to transport yourself, you may request a donation pick up.


Where do I deliver items I want to donate?
Our drop off center is on the side of the Habitat ReStore, located at 2120 E. Moreland Blvd. Unfortunately, we do not accept after hour donations. Items may get damaged, and we incur costs for disposing of items. For larger items, we offer a pickup service. 

Are items donated to the ReStore tax-deductible?

All donations to the ReStore are 100% tax-deductible. You will receive a donation receipt upon donation for tax recording purposes.

Hours & Location

Our Hours

We are open for shopping and donations Tuesday through Friday from 11 - 6 and Saturday 10 - 6.

We are closed Sunday and Monday.


Location & Contact
2120 E. Moreland Blvd.
Waukesha, WI 53186

(262) 662-6061

Located on the west end of the
Westbrook Shopping Center.

To schedule a pick up, please call (262) 662-6062

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You don't have to swing a hammer to volunteer. Look at all of our opportunities and sign up for a shift!



We like to save the environment—that's why donating to the ReStore is so important! Learn about our other "green" initiatives!


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