Donating to Your ReStore
Thank you for supporting Habitat for Humanity Bowling Green/Warren County with your donations.
Donations can be brought to 813 College St Suite 401, Bowling Green, KY, 42101. Donation drop-offs are accepted both at the front entrance and at the double door located in the alley (Spring Alley) running between College Street and Eight Street behind the store.
Volunteers and staff will assist you with your donation. Visit the front counter or call 270-901-0150 with any questions.
Donation Intake Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM
Donation pick-ups can be requested by filling out the following form. We will follow up with you to schedule an appointment.
Pick-ups are scheduled on Tuesdays-Fridays between the hours of 10:00AM and 3:00PM. Our pick up service area includes the city of Bowling Green and the surrounding area in Warren County.
Scheduling priority will be given to donors who provide the most complete information including photos.
WHAT CAN I DONATE?
All donations must be in excellent physical and working condition whether new or gently used. The following list represents examples of the kinds of items we can accept. Depending upon our inventory at any given time, we may not be able to accept certain items.
We must retain the right to decline donations due to safety concerns, facility limitations, marketability, etc.
Examples of items we accept:
Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
Antiques and Collectables
Lighting & Lamps
Home Improvement Items
Flooring (Wood, Vinyl, Laminate)
Area Rugs & Carpet Tile
Landscape & Gardening Supplies
Items that we cannot accept:
Clothes, Shoes, Linens
TVs or Computures
Fuels, chemicals, solvent-based coatings
Used water heaters
Unframed glass & mirrors
Fluorescent light fixtures & tubes
Cultured marble vanity tops
Used jetted bathtubs
Used tub/shower doors
Used hygiene items
If you’re not sure, then call the ReStore at 270-901-0150.
* Unfortunately we cannot accept dishwashers at this time unless they are labeled with a Low-Lead Compliance seal.
Your donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. However, due to IRS regulations, nonprofit organizations are not allowed to provide values for in-kind donated items. Please visit the IRS website or contact your local tax professional for further assistance.