What we can take
Materials must be in good, reusable condition. All donations subject to staff discretion. Restrictions may apply to some items. Here's a sampling of what we take:
Bookcases - no particle board
Cabinets – must be assembled and complete with all doors and drawers, free from water damage; no particle board
Cabinet doors and drawers – based on space available
Canning jars – No peanut butter, pickle, mayo jars, etc
Carpet –new remnants only, min. 3’ x 5’; Rugs at staff discretion
Door handles and hardware
Doors – interior/exterior – must be free of holes, kick-in and water damage; hollow core, bi-fold and commercial doors at staff discretion
Flower pots – Staff may limit volume accepted
Lawn mowers –Manual or riding; functional gas mowers
Lumber – 4’ or longer; Cannot accept lumber with dry rot, splits, peeling paint or pest infestations.
Masonry – unbroken pieces free of mortar
Mirrors - no unframed glass
Motors – functional only
Patio furniture - undamaged
Piping – metal and PVC over 4’.
Plumbing and accessories
Plywood – 1/4 sheet or larger
Roofing – shingles, metal, and corrugated in usable condition
Sheetrock – ½ sheets and larger
Shelves – based on space available(no particle board)
Sinks – Cast iron and stainless; non-metallic at staff discretion
Tile – Full pieces only - clean, free of grout
Toilets – Functional and assembled Low-flow only; based on space available
Tools – Household and industrial, power or hand; battery powered on a case by case basis
Tubs – no jetted tubs or jacuzzis.
Weather-strippingWindows – Vinyl and wood framed in good condition only, gas seals intact. Large/picture windows at staff discretion
Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 pm.
Fall - Winter Materials Donation Hours
Monday, Wednesday -
Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
No Donations on Tuesdays