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how to donate

Due to the closing of the Orlando & Osceola ReStores, we will be suspending residential pickups beginning in mid-December. If you would like to schedule a free donation pick-up, please contact Habitat for Humanity Seminole-Apopka

If you have a donation that you would like to drop off at one of our current locations, please call the store ahead of time to confirm your ability to drop off. We will be accepting drop-off donations until mid-January. Click here to view our locations and contact information.

If you are a contractor, business, or corporate donor looking for more information, please contact Development Officer, Mary Alice Fish.

To learn more about the decision to close our two locations, click here to read a letter from our President & CEO.

Baldwin Park

4835 East Colonial Drive, Orlando FL 32803

407-480-2493

Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am-6:00pm

 

Florida Mall

1649 Florida Mall Ave, Orlando FL 32809

407-816-8117

Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am-6:00pm

 

Wondering whether or not we accept the item you want to donate?  Check out our list below of items we’re happy to accept as well as items we are unable to take.  If you’re still not sure, feel free to call our donation hotline at 407-426-7859 with any questions!  If we are unfortunately not able to accept your item, we can gladly refer you to another organization who may be able to help. Thank you for supporting the Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County ReStores.

Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County serves the greater Orlando area, primarily within the City of Orlando and parts of Orange County (with the exception of Winter Park, Maitland, Apopka, Winter Garden, and Oakland, which are covered by other Habitat for Humanity affiliates) and Osceola County.  To find your local Habitat affiliate and ReStore, click here.

accepted items

Home Furnishings

  • Bedroom sets
  • Bookcases 
  • Chairs 
  • Coffee tables 
  • Dining tables with chairs 
  • Dressers 
  • End tables 
  • LED TVs 
  • Sofas (without tears, pet damage or stains) 
  • Upright pianos

Home Decor 

  • Area rugs 
  • Artwork & framed mirrors 
  • Dishes, glassware, baskets 
  • Holiday decorations 
  • Lamps (floor & table) 
  • Shades 

Appliances (under 7 years old) 

  • Blenders 
  • Juicers 
  • Microwaves 
  • Ovens 
  • Refrigerators 
  • Stoves 
  • Toasters 
  • Washers & dryers 

Office Furnishings 

  • Bookshelves 
  • Chairs 
  • Computer stands 
  • Filing cabinets 
  • Office Décor  
  • Small desks 

Construction/Remodel 

  • Brick, block, lumber, insulation 
  • Cabinets and countertops 
  • Ceiling fans 
  • Flooring (tile, laminate, carpet squares) 
  • Lighting (chandeliers, track, sconces) 
  • Plywood & lumber (new & unused) 
  • Tools

Plumbing/Hardware 

  • Bathtubs 
  • Cabinet knobs 
  • Door knobs/deadbolts 
  • Full showers 
  • Sinks 
  • Toilets 

what we cannot accept

  • Appliances that need repair 
  • Clothing 
  • Computers 
  • Copy/fax machines 
  • Dishwashers 
  • Electronics 
  • Furniture with tears, stains or pet damage 
  • Infant and baby items
  • Hazardous chemicals, included but not limited to: pool chemicals, bleach, pesticides, partial cans of paint, oil-based paint, corrosive substances, ammonia, etc.
  • Mattresses or box springs 
  • Sink faucets
  • Tube or plasma TVs 
  • Wall-mount headboards 
  • Water heaters
  • Entertainment centers 
  • Treadmills and motorized exercise equipment
  • Rolls of commercial carpet
  • Sofa beds
  • Knives, machetes, axes or other items that can be classified as a weapon
  • Other fixtures or items that are not in useable, working condition 

referrals for non-accepted items

every donation.  every purchase. helps build homes.

 

Thank you for supporting the mission of the Orlando & Osceola ReStores. If you would like to make a financial donation to Habitat Orlando & Osceola click the button below. In addition to supporting the ReStores, financial donations allow us to help homeowners right here in our community achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance needed to build a better life for themselves and for their families.