Wednesdays thru Saturdays 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
good deal for you,
your community and the environment.
Center for Housing ReUse Stores are nonprofit home
improvement stores and donation centers that sell
new and gently used furniture, appliances, home
accessories, building materials and more to the
public at a fraction of the retail price.
Stores are independently owned and operated by local
Fuller Center for Housing organizations. Proceeds
are used to help build strength, stability, self-reliance
and shelter in local communities and around the
do you donate goods to the ReUse Store?
can you donate to the ReUse Store?
The ReUse Store
accepts new and gently used appliances, furniture, building
household goods and more from individuals and companies.
Each ReUse Store is unique, and many locations also accept
items outside these categories.
does donating to ReUse Store help families?
The money raised
by ReUse Stores helps families build a decent and affordable
place to call home.
When the items you donate to the ReUse Store are sold, the
money helps families achieve the strength,
stability and independence they need to build a better future.
to donate stuff?
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.
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.
Call to arrange
for a pick-up
(You may need to leave a brief message)
We have few volunteers making pick-ups available only on
certain days and certain hours.
look inside the ReUse Store shopping experience
at a ReUse Store isn’t like the shopping experience
Part home improvement store, part homegoods store,
part resale store, each ReUse Store has a wide selection
that changes often.
You benefit because you get fantastic new and gently
used home improvement items below retail prices.
Folks in your community and around the world benefit
because your purchase supports The Fuller Center
to donate stuff?
sorts of people shop at the ReUse Store!
you are a do-it-yourselfer, homeowner, renter, landlord,
interior designer, environmentalist or treasure
hunter, make the ReUse Store
your first stop when shopping for your next home
improvement, renovation or DIY project.
There are hundreds of ReUse Store locations –
and they’re all open to the public. Find a
ReUse Store near you.
should you shop at ReUse Store?
prices are great and you never know what you will
more than that, all proceeds from ReUse Store sales
support The Fuller Center for Housing's mission
to make sure everyone in the world has a decent
place to live.
Shopping at the ReUse Store not only supports your
community, but also supports building affordable
housing around the world.
you shop ReUse Store, you help The Fuller Center
for Housing build.
new and gently used goods can you buy at a ReUse
• Building materials
• Used furniture
ReUse Store is unique, and inventory at each changes
You can find something new every day!
ReUse Stores will include a variety of new and used
building materials, appliances and furniture.
Many stores have inventory that expands beyond these
Check out your local ReUse Store to see what they
have in store for you today.
remodeling or moving, you often run into household items
you no longer use,
but that are still in great condition. Whether it be items
like the windows you just replaced or an old TV, you may
wonder, "Should I donate this?"
While you may
not be able to donate certain items like mattresses, ReUse
Stores generally accept a variety of items.
For instance, used household items and home goods from kitchenware
to cabinets are just a few of the types of the donations
you can offer a ReUse Store.
to view a list of acceptable and unacceptable items.
used items can either be donated, recycled or repurposed.
Find out the best way to make the most of your item by following
these guidelines in the flowchart below.