Donate your used furnishes and cabinets, etc

Where do you donate your used furnishes and cabinets?

Restore and Second Chance Thrift Stores are great ways to dispose of your old things while helping those less fortunate.

The Habitat ReStores sell new and used home furnishings and building materials to support Habitat Metro Denver’s homeownership program.

ReStore Deconstruction Program: The ReStores offer deconstruction services to homeowners who are remodeling their kitchen/home. Let us come and carefully remove your quality appliances and fixtures and receive a tax deduction for your contribution. Email Corey at corey@habitatoutlet.org for info.

ReStore Donation Line:  Donate your gently used home furnishings and building materials to the ReStores. (303) 421-5300

Denver ReStore: 70 Rio Grande Blvd.Denver, CO. 80223
Mon. – Sat. 9am – 6pm

Wheat Ridge ReStore: 10625 W I-70 Frontage Rd N. Wheat Ridge, CO. 80033
Mon. – Sat. 9am – 6pm

Littleton ReStore: 7890 W Quincy Ave. Denver, CO. 80123
Mon. – Sat. 10am – 7pm

www.habitatmetrodenver.org

Second Chances has two ‘thrift’ stores.

The store at 168 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO (very near to Lakewood) carries baby-teen clothing, gear and cribs, and a few pieces of furniture.

The furniture store at 209 W. Littleton Blvd, Littleton CO carries furniture with few clothing items. We are always in dire need of furniture, pictures, lamps, rugs, accents for our furniture store.

They depend heavily on donations to fund their ministry. 

Its mission is to educate and empower single mothers and women coming out of the extreme crisis, homelessness and abuse. They offer a full mentoring and life skill development program moving them towards college, job readiness, job employment and self-sufficiency. The program is quite comprehensive. They also run a commercial cleaning business that employs single moms with felony backgrounds offering them and their families a job, hope and a future.

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