Appliances • Windows • Cabinetry • Doors • Plumbing
Furniture • Electrical • Building Materials • and more!
514 Pillsbury Drive, Manhattan
We accept a variety of new and reclaimed building materials, furniture and appliances in good working condition. Please see below for details. Have more questions? Check out our donation guide below.
We can only accept immediately re-sellable items – no items that are in need of repair.
Please call the ReStore for more information.
We gratefully accept the following donations:
Furniture – Chairs, couches, desks, tables, shelves, etc. Please no rips, tears, stains, broken parts.
Appliances – Cooktops, stoves, ovens, dryers, microwaves, fridges, washers, we only accept flat-screen TVs. Clean and in working order, 10 years old or less.
Windows, Doors & Screen Doors – Must be in good condition. Windows must be double pane in good condition.
Kitchen/Bath – Cabinets complete with doors and drawers, sinks, toilets complete set with tank & lid, shower pans, garbage disposal, tile, and accessories.
Heating/Cooling – Window air conditioners, swamp coolers, fans, fireplace/gas insert, wood burning stoves. Good, working order with all parts and free from rust and less than 10 years old.
Plumbing/Electrical – Usable fixtures, parts and supplies, working ceiling fans, lighting. Undamaged and no older than 10 years.
Carpet/Flooring – New boxed tile, rugs, hardwood, stone. New carpet, U.S. made vinyl & laminate flooring only.
Cars/Vehicles – Through our Cars for Homes program, we accept all kinds of vehicles, including cars, trucks, RV’s, vans, SUV’s, boats and motorcycles whether they are running or not. Towing is free.
Outdoor - Working barbecue grills & smokers in good condition, working garden tools, lawnmowers, fencing, landscaping (no rocks), outdoor furniture.
Misc. – Artwork/hanging decor, working power & hand tools (no battery operated), working exercise equipment. All in good condition for sale
We cannot accept the following items:
Opened Paint, Stains etc.
Toxic material or lead-based paint
Non flat-screen TVs, Computers & Electronics
Linens, Clothing, Toys, Books, Pots & Pans
Baby cribs, strollers, carseats
Habitat for Humanity’s founder, Millard Fuller, once said “A house is to a family what soil is to a plant. A plant needs to be rooted. A family is like that. If a family is not rooted, it will not flourish.
At Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity, we believe that “Home is the Key”: to a quality education, to a sense of security, to a better life.
That is why we take great pride in building safe, affordable housing in Riley and Pottawatomie counties in partnership with families so they can grow and thrive.
It all can happen... with your support. Thank you.
Since 2005, Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity has operated a home improvement store as another source of income for our building program. Our Habitat for Humanity ReStore sells a wide variety of new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials, and odds and ends.
Everything in the store is donated by individuals, local contractors, and businesses. New donations come in every day, so you never know what you might find! Merchandise is generally priced around 40-70% off typical retail prices.
Every purchase helps support Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity in building decent, safe, affordable homes for families in our community. Open to the public and delivery available for a fee. We accept cash, local checks, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
In addition to raising funds for Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity, ReStore diverts many tons of usable materials from local landfills. We welcome all offers of new or gently used items in good working order, including appliances, doors, furniture, lumber, masonry, siding, tools, windows, etc. Sorry, but we cannot accept items such as toxic materials, opened cans of paint, oil-based paint, bedding, clothing, mattresses, pianos, and televisions. To view a full list of items we can not accept see the list above. Contact us to learn more about donating quality new and used items.
ReStore volunteers help with inventory, assisting customers, sorting, and organizing/cleaning. If you have retail experience, construction experience, or are interested in a new experience, volunteering at ReStore is for you! Volunteering is EASY! Just come in to the ReStore during normal office hours, contact our MAHFH staff at (785) 537-7545, or send us an email. If you have a group of more than 5 volunteers, please give us a call or email.
Each person will need to fill out a Release and Waiver of Liability before he or she volunteers at ReStore. Volunteers must be 18 years or older, and volunteers under age 18. Volunteers should dress for the weather and wear closed-toe shoes.
Watch the video below for safety tips on volunteering at ReStore: