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Donating Items

Do you have items you'd like to donate? ReStore is a great place to start, but this guide will help you find where to donate your items if we are not able to take them.

Whether you give to ReStore or another organization in the Twin Cities, your generosity is important. Our community partners work hard to distribute items to people who need them, including our own Habitat homeowners.

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Donation Guide & Community Partners

Our two ReStore locations accepts many home improvement items. Though we are grateful for every donation, we cannot take everything. If you're thinking about making a donation, our donation guidelines are a good place to start.

If you happen to have items we can't accept, consider donating to another organization in the metro area. Those donations may be tax-deductible, too, and they'll benefit your community. If ReStore is unable to accept your donation, here are some other options in the Twin Cities:



Building Material

Children's Goods/Toys






Medical Equipment

Musical Instruments


Nextdoor created private websites for neighbors to post items for sale or for free.

ReUse Minnesota is a nonprofit trade association that uses networking, publicity, and events to bring visibility to the reuse, repair, and rental sector. They offer directories of companies and organizations.


Seasonal Decorations

Sporting Goods

More Resources:

Take a look at these additional resources to learn more about donating: