Thank you for continuing to support the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Your donations are sold to the public and the proceeds will benefit our housing programs throughout Highlands County. Please visit our Habitat ReStore located at 137 S. Commerce Ave where you can purchase a wide variety of treasures and bargains. We truly appreciate your support of the Habitat for Humanity mission in Highlands County. If you are interested in learning more about the ReStore or how you can become involves, please contact us at 863-385-7111.
ReStore Hours of Operation: Mon. – Fri. 9:00 am – 4:00 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm; Closed on Sunday
If you would like to donate items please review all of the following information:
Drop Off Donations Only Accepted during these times:
Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
To schedule a pickup for large donations, call (863) 385-7111
For smaller items, please drop them off at the loading dock during donation hours. We also will not accept the following items:
- China cabinets
- Large entertainment centers
- Gas appliances
- Faucet sets
- Baby cribs
- Large organs or pianos
- Water heaters
- Shower heads
- Opened paint
- Perishable food
- Unframed mirrors and glass
- Sliding glass doors
- Non-working furniture, equipment, appliances, or electronics
- Computer towers
- Tube televisions
- Anything broken
- Opened fertilizer
- Any furniture or mattresses with odors, holes, rips, stains, or tears
- Used spray paint
- Items that are stained, covered in pet hair, or un-serviceable
- Anything too large to be carried by two men.
- Anything covered in toxic substances
- We are not accepting the following items at this time:
- Desks, Printers, Hutches
All donations for pick up must be in Highlands County unless they have been turned down by their local Habitat.
Please DO NOT leave items outside the Habitat property after business hours.
Reminder: Florida Statute 403.41315 Comprehensive Illegal Dumping, Litter and Marine Debris
The Legislature finds that a comprehensive illegal dumping, litter, and marine debris control and prevention program is necessary to protect the beauty and the environment of Florida. The Legislature also recognizes that a comprehensive illegal dumping, litter, and marine debris control and prevention program will have a positive effect on the state’s economy. The Legislature finds that the state’s rapid population growth, the ever-increasing mobility of its population, and the large number of tourists contribute to the need for a comprehensive illegal dumping, litter, and marine debris control and prevention program. The Legislature further finds that the program must be coordinated and capable of having statewide identity and grassroots community support.