Donate to the Habitat Stores in Bellevue and Southcenter!

We accept donations of new and gently used furniture, building materials, appliances and hardware in our stores. Items must be clean, with no rips, stains, or tears, and no repairs needed. Donated appliances must be in working condition and younger than 7 years. Please review our guidelines below for further details, and thank you for thinking of us!

 To schedule a donation pickup, please call 206-957-6914 ex. 52.

Business Donations

If your business has overstock, seasonal, “scratch and dents” or clearance items, please give us a call! When you donate inventory to a Habitat Store, you will receive free pick up and a tax receipt for your business. In addition to helping provide our community with a source of low-cost materials, you will reduce landfill usage and support affordable housing in King County!  If your business is interested in an ongoing partnership with the Habitat Stores, please contact Andy Varyu  for more information.

Salvage & Demo Needs?

If you need help salvaging materials from your demolition or remodel, please contact Second Use. Their licensed, bonded, and insured crew can salvage reusable items for reuse, and sales of these donated materials benefit Habitat. Be sure to mention us for this referral!





Items We  AcceptItems We Do Not Accept
• Appliances: refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, washers, dryers, heaters & air conditioners • Broken appliances, used dishwashers, and appliances older than 7 years
• Cabinets: kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets
storage containers and dressers. Cabinet acceptance is based on approval of store team
• Melamine or pressboard; cabinets that are damaged, stained, or missing parts; used laminate & composite countertops
• Furniture: dressers, couches, chairs, tables, loveseats, rocking chairs, secretary desks, china cabinets, kitchen hutche• Most office furniture and large desks, cubicles, mattresses, sofa beds, waterbeds, or box springs
• Home: area rugs & artwork, books• Dishes; knickknacks; other household supplies; toys & clothing
• Windows: vinyl and fiberglass • Interior and closet doors; garage or industrial type doors
• Doors: standard residential hollow and solid core, slab and pre-framed• Tools and hardware that do not work or are missing parts to operate safely
• Fasteners, tools, and hardware• Painted lumber; rotten or moldy; shorter than 6 feet in length
• Lumber: quality, unpainted lumber 6 feet or longer• Tile with less than 50 matching square feet; used flooring; flooring less than 10 X 10
• Flooring: new, never installed carpet, tile, linoleum, vinyl or wood flooring• Partial cans of paint; unlabeled or obscured label; oil based paint
• Paint: Full cans of latex paint, stain, or aerosol in original container with label attache• Hazardous waste or toxic chemicals
• Lawn & garden materials• Toilets or plumbing that is damaged, chipped, or missing parts; composite & cultured marble sinks
• Plumbing supplies & complete, assembled, low flow toilets• Commercial lighting, used florescent lights, commercial ducting/HVAC, custom or commercial flashing
• Lighting & electrical supplies• Open bags of cement, mortar, drywall compound or grout
• Roofing materials, building materials & unopened insulation• Wood or aluminum windows; pieces of unframed glass or mirrors; single paned or larger than 6 feet