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We build strength, stability, and self-reliance through affordable homeownership. 57 homes built in Washington County since 1991.
Our Mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Our Vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Materials Accepted and Sold at Habitat ReStore

Sofas, recliners, chairs, and ottomans
Must be free of damage, stains, rips, and come from a smoke-free home. Antiques (typically pre-1960s) need to be in good condition and cannot require repairs.

Dressers, tables, chairs, shelving, framed mirrors, and bed sets (complete set with hardware only)
Must be free of damage and stains. Antiques (Typically, pre-1960s) need to be in good condition and cannot require repairs. We are NOT accepting entertainment centers and armoire wardrobes.

Washing machines, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, stoves, cooktops/ovens, and window AC units
Range hoods, microwaves, coffee makers, toaster ovens, toasters, dishwashers, and water heaters (new only). Appliances should be 10 years old or newer, clean and in working order.
Kitchen sinks, pedestal, and drop-in bathroom sinks, utility sinks, bathtubs, toilets, plumbing hardware, shower tub units, and sink/vanity combos.
We are NOT accepting cultured marble surface tops, marble/granite countertops, countertops with tile on top, cast-iron tubs or sinks or jetted tubs. Must be free of cracks and major scratches.
Electrical, Lighting, and Ceiling Fans
Fixtures must work and include all hardware parts. We are NOT accepting tube TV’s, used printers, and fluorescent light fixtures and bulbs.

*Acceptance of items are subject to staff discretion. *


Kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, bathroom vanities, medicine cabinets, and file cabinets
Cabinets must have all doors and drawers. Must be free of mold, water damage, cracks, and structural damage.
Plywood, paneling, trim, dimensional and framing lumber, particle board, and composite decking
Lumber and trim must be a minimum of 4 feet in length and free of nails and screws.
All wood products must be free of water damage, mold, and cutouts.
Insulation and roofing material
Items must be new or unused.
Hardwood flooring, carpeting, vinyl, tile, and laminate
Must be unused and new. Tiles must be new in the box or have at least a minimum of 100 square feet total to be acceptable.
New or gently used windows (on a case-by-case basis)
Must have all sashes and frames and must be free of broken glass, damage, and fogged glass. For large windows, please call for pre-approval. We accept window screens. We are NOT accepting aluminum windows, storm windows, and used blinds.
Interior and exterior doors, storm doors, patio doors (with frame only), and new shower doors with hardware
Must be free of damage, fogged glass, lead paint, etc. We are NOT accepting broken door jambs, commercial doors, and flat panel doors.

Power tools, hand tools, toolboxes, bricks, blocks, pavers, lawn tools, and yard equipment
All tools must be clean, in good quality, and in working order, have all safety guards and cords, etc.

Liquids in unmarked containers

Infant/toddler furniture or items

Used Blinds

Box springs and mattresses

Hazardous/poisonous chemicals/flammable liquids

Hospital medical beds

Commercial doors

Vehicle tires

Guns, ammunition, or weapons

Used paint

Children/adult safety equipment

Unframed glass/mirrors, items with sharp edges

Used tile/flooring


Plumbing materials containing higher levels of lead

VHS and cassette tapes; Used printers

Cultured marble/cast-iron sinks & tubs

Large executive office desks


Used shower doors

Fitness/workout equipment

Fluorescent light fixtures and bulbs

Reuse/Recycle Options
(for items we do not accept)
Clothing, Toys, & Houseware Items
The Attic, 479-442-2523
Salvation Army, 479-521-2151
Potter’s House, 479-442-2422
Goodwill, MLK Jr. Blvd, 479-575-9587
Goodwill, E. Mission Blvd, 479-502-9262
Non-Working Metal Appliances & Fixtures
Vaughn Recycling, 479-443-2145
TRG Fayetteville, LLC 479-966-4994
Email [email protected]
with questions about items that might not be listed.
Hazardous Waste & Materials Disposal
Boston Mountain Household and Special Waste Collection, 479-846-3005
Drop-Off Mobile Event for Washington and Madison County residents
Location: Parking Lot of Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Building
(1525 S. Happy Hollow Rd, Fayetteville) Every Thursday 8:00am-1:00pm
Recycling & Trash Collection
Fayetteville Residential Services, 479-575-8398
Springdale Recycling Drop Off Center, 479-846-3005
Open to the Public: The ReStore is a home improvement store and donation center selling new and gently used furniture, appliances, home goods, building materials, and more! The ReStore accepts donations and sells a constantly changing inventory of diverse, high-quality merchandise to the public at a fraction of the retail price.
All sales go toward Habitat for Humanity: Sales of donated items help Habitat for Humanity of Washington County partner with local families to build, rehabilitate and repair safe and affordable homes in our community and around the world — a good deal for you, your community, and the environment. Together, we can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better future while creating stronger neighborhoods.
We are looking for both experienced volunteers and those who want to learn new skills while giving back to the community. We know your time is valuable and appreciate all who come out to help at the ReStore. Often you will be working side-by-side with our future homeowners!
Community Service Hours: We accept volunteers that need to do school, work, benefits, and court-ordered. ReStore volunteers assist customers, move furniture, load and unload donations, store maintenance, and create displays on the sales floor. We also offer recommendation letters for students that volunteer in our ReStore 40 hours or more. Please contact ReStore management to discuss service requirements prior to registering for a volunteer shift.
Your skills are needed for: customer service, sorting donations, store merchandising and layout, and testing items. Volunteers must be at least 16 and 17 years of age to volunteer with parental/guardian permission.
Reduce Landfill Waste: The ReStore accepts new and gently-used donations to assist with diverting reusable household items and building materials from area landfills. It also allows community members to repair or renovate their homes at a reduced cost. This means that the store benefits the community at-large, the environment, and individual community members.
Tax-Deductible: Your ReStore donation is tax deductible!
Here’s how to do it:
  • Keep track of your donated items. You’ll use this to report your itemized donations to the IRS when you file your taxes.
  • When you bring your donation to our store, ask for a receipt for your donation if one isn’t offered to you. The IRS requires proof that you donated the items you itemized.
Commercial Donors: Our ReStore depends on your donations. If you have overstock inventory, used items or just need to clear out your warehouse, please consider us. Your donations will be sold locally and help residents improve their current homes with affordable, high-quality materials. There are multiple benefits for the business, such as clearing out unwanted and excessive inventory from your warehouse and in some circumstances, they can also claim a tax deduction.
Find Us
1421 E 15th St
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479.575.9696 extension 31
Store hours:
Tuesday-Saturday  9:30am-5:00pm
Donation drop-off hours:
Tuesday-Saturday  10:00am-4:30pm