Donate To The ReStore

We pick up your donations for free!

Contact us:  (205) 951-1234 or Schedule Your Donation Pick-Up Now

Donating to the Habitat ReStore is an EASY way to support Habitat Birmingham!

Do you have furniture or home goods that you no longer need?

Left-over building materials from your home improvement project?

Storage space or warehouse full of overstocked items?

We pick up donations from your home or business for FREE, and provide you with a tax deduction! Our friendly drivers are happy to pick up items that are available on the first, ground level, or outside of your home or business.

All donated items are resold to the public, and we use all proceeds to continue building and repairing affordable housing in Birmingham.

When you donate to the ReStore, you enjoy a tax deduction, help provide our community with a source of low-cost building materials, furniture and home goods, and save materials from going into landfills.

What can you donate?

All donated items must be in good condition, with no repairs needed. If you're scheduling a pick-up, we ask that you please clean and uninstall all donations before we arrive. For sanitary purposes, the ReStore cannot accept donated used mattresses. Thank you!

Schedule a Pick-Up Now!

Call us about your donation at (205) 951-1234 or click the button below. Please note: Our donation pickup schedule can fill up quickly so please call in advance. Our driver always has the final right of refusal for any donated items, and can decline to accept an item at the pickup location.

I want to donate!

Donation Drop-Off:

You are welcome to drop off your donations at the Habitat Birmingham ReStore.

Donation hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The ReStore is located at 7952 Crestwood Boulevard Irondale AL.

Tax-Deduction Information

Habitat Birmingham is a 501(c)3 organization. Donating goods to the ReStore will usually qualify you for a tax deduction on your taxes. Habitat Birmingham will provide you with a receipt at the time of your donation to be used for your tax purposes, as well as an acknowledgement letter with our tax exempt status and tax ID

The Donor is advised that if a tax deduction on a gift is to be taken, the Internal Revenue Service has regulations for filing tax-deductible contributions. It is the responsibility of the donor to report in-kind donations to the Internal Revenue Service in keeping with current IRS regulations.



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