Donate Household Items

Used Appliances, Household Items and Building Materials. Your Donation Makes a Difference. Schedule Your Free Pick Up

If you are wondering, “where can I donate my used furniture, oven, washer and dryer, or other home goods,” then, you’ve found the right place. We offer free pickup for appliances and large household items. When you donate to Habitat for Humanity, your donated item gets a second life with a local family that might not otherwise be able to afford a much-needed essential. Plus, think about the environmental impact you’re making because your belongings don’t sit in a landfill, dirtying up our local environment.

We accept most gently used household items at our thrift stores.

For free pick up of a donated appliance or large item:

What Donated Items Will Habitat for Humanity Accept and Pick Up Free?

We accept a large range of household items as long as they are in  good condition, not broken, heavily scratched or damaged. If you don’t see an item on the below list or have a donation question, please call the Donation Hotline at (407) 215-2000. Please also know that occasionally our thrift store cannot accept certain items due to a large inventory on hand.

Appliances

  • All appliances including furnaces, air conditioners, range hoods, microwaves, etc. (excludes dishwashers)
  • Must be less than 10-years old and in good working condition

Furniture

  • All furniture in good condition without stains, rips, pet hair, peeling, or damage
    • Sorry, we can’t accept desks, armoires, older model TVs, mattresses or box springs.

    Windows

    • Double paned and in the frame

    Electrical

    • Only residential electrical items please

    Hardware

    • Complete sets of door hardware, hinges, etc.
    • Any quantity of nails, screws, fasteners, hangers, connectors, etc.
    • Light covers, sockets, light bulbs, etc.
    • Door locks and deadbolts (Must have keys)

    Plumbing Items

    • Toilets
    • Stainless steel and porcelain kitchen sinks
    • Pedestal and drop-in bathroom sinks
    • Fiberglass bathtubs with no cracks
    • Standard metal bathtubs
    • Miscellaneous plumbing hardware, faucets, drains (2014 or newer). Faucets and showerheads only when new and in box
    • Plumbing items must be free of chips, cracks, rust or water damage.

    Cabinets & Countertops

    • Vanities and countertops – stone, marble, Formica® that are in good condition
      • Cabinets must have all doors and drawers and be free of structural or water damage.

      Lighting

      • Lamps
      • Indoor and outdoor lighting

      Building Supplies

      • Architectural Items
      • Mantels
      • Columns
      • Stained and leaded glass windows
      • Shingles, new insulation, new fencing

      Flooring

      • Unused carpet remnants
      • Area rugs free from visible wear, tears, stains or animal smells
      • Unused carpet padding with no visible stains or animal smells
      • Hardwood flooring (New and in box)
      • Vinyl and ceramic tile (No chipped or broken pieces please – new and in box)

      Lumber

      • Unwarped lumber (Free of nails and screws)
      • Undamaged sheet goods (particle board, paneling, plywood) that are at least in half sheets
      • Trim and molding

      Cars

      • Cars, trucks, RV’s, vans, SUVs, boats and motorcycles whether running or not.
      • Free removal and towing

      For free pick up of a donated appliance or large item:

      What Happens to Appliances and Household Items Donated to Habitat for Humanity?

      You’ll be happy to know that, when you donate items to Habitat for Humanity, they stay local. In fact, every item you give helps not one but two families close to home. So, make your Spring cleanup count for something this year. Oh, yes, and your donation is tax deductible.

      If have been searching for a place to “donate household items near me,” Habitat for Humanity is it.

      Help One Local Family

      Your donated items enable struggling families to buy needed household goods at a price they can afford in our thrift store – the Restore.

      And Then Another

      The sale of your donated item also contributes to our homebuilding fund, which helps low-income families in Seminole County and Apopka find safe, affordable housing.