NEW HORIZONS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Need to donate stuff?
Remodeling, cleaning, down-sizing or just getting organized? Whatever your project, don’t let the items you no longer need end up in your local landfill. Habitat for Humanity ReStores divert hundreds of tons from landfills each year, accepting hard-to-dispose-of items including new and used furniture, appliances and surplus building materials. In many cases, pickup service is provided for large items. Best of all, proceeds from the sale of these donated goods help families build a foundation for the future.
How does donating to ReStore help families?
The money raised by Habitat ReStores helps families build a decent and affordable place to call home. When the items you donate to ReStore are sold, the money helps families achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better future.
What can you donate to ReStore?
Habitat ReStore accepts new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials, household goods and more from individuals and companies. Each ReStore is unique, and many locations also accept items outside these categories. Contact your local ReStore to see if they are in need of items you’d like to donate.
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New Horizons Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, an ecumenical housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing from the face of the earth. New Horizons operates in partnership with and on behalf of Habitat for Humanity International and on a community level to service Americus, GA and the surrounding counties of Sumter, Macon, Schley, Terrell, and Webster. We are located in Americus, Georgia, the birthplace of Habitat for Humanity and home of the Habitat for Humanity International offices.
Habitat’s goal is big, but we believe that it can be accomplished by attacking the problem one community at a time, by working in partnership with people in need to build simple decent homes.