Lumber & Plywood
Plywood, sheathing, luan (half sheet minimum). Dimensional or rough cut lumber. 6' or longer.
No scraps: Wood must be free of nails..
Fixtures and ceiling fans, lamps.
In good conditions, complete, and in working order.
Full kitchen and bathroom sets and pieces. Hardware, hinges, pulls.
In good condition with intact doors and drawers.
Double hung, casement, awning, picture, bay.
Complete without rot, cracks, or foggy glass. No sashes or single pane windows.
Electric ovens, microwaves, toasters, counter top ovens, range hoods, range tops, refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, all small kitchen and home appliances.
Must be 5 years old or newer, with all knobs.
Habitat Warehouse Sales is a program of Franklin Grand Isle Habitat for Humanity with the primary mission to help end substandard housing for working families by building simple decent homes with a 0% interest loan and no down payment mortgage.
Our goals are to:
* Increase the capacity and sustainability of FGIHFH to build affordable homes.
* Divert usable materials from local landfills.
* Provide the community with a source of low cost home improvements.
* Create volunteer opportunities.
How You Can Help:
We welcome volunteers who are able to help in a variety of roles. Volunteers sort donations, stock shelves, organize inventory, help customers, pick up donations, and much more.
Email us at volunteers@FranklinGrandIlseHabitat.org.
We accept home improvement materials as well as cash. Your contribution will help deserving families realize their dream of home ownership.
Your support and involvement in any form is always appreciated.
Bookshelves, Couches, Chairs, Dining , Living, Bedroom furniture (no mattresses or box springs), Office, Filing cabinets and hardware, Tables,Desks. Good condition and structurally sound.
One of our major fundraisers is our warehouse. We accept donations from individuals and companies and sell these items at the warehouse. The income that we receive helps to fund our construction for homes.
Habitat Warehouse Store
Shop, Donate, Build Dreams
602 Airport Rd., Highgate, VT
Items not accepted
Anti-freeze Oil-based products
Solvents or strippers Hazardous materials
Mattresses & box springs Car Seats & Cribs
Single pane windows Painted Toys
wooden windows Stuffed Toys
TV's other than flat screen Clothing
Dishwashers and faucets Propane & Gas Appliances
Unless certified lead free
Complete sets of door hardware, any quantity of hinges, nails, screws, hangers, etc..
Wood, columns, mantels, posts, moldings,trim, shutters, or asphalt shingles.
Antiques, Household items, Holiday Items, Toys, Baby Items, Gardening, and Landscaping supplies. Hand and Power tools in working order. Air conditioners, Heaters..
Bathtubs: fiberglass, claw-foot, steel.
Sinks: kitchen and bath (no rust or cracks)
Toilets: residential low-flow, Miscellaneous plumbing hardware, fittings, pipes.
FGI Habitat for Humanity accepts donations of good, usable,structurally-sound building materials and home furnishings. By donating your household and building supplies, you help save our landfills from still usable items and receive a tax deduction.
Not Sure? If your have a unique item that you would like to donate but don't see it here, please contact our Warehouse by emailing us at WarehouseSales@FranklinGrandIsleHabitat.orgor call us and leave a message and someone will get back to you.
Exterior or Interior, pre-hung or door slabs.
No rot, cracks, or missing panes.
Hardwood/parquet flooring, 25 sf or more. New carpet 10' x 10' or larger, new padding, New vinyl tile or vinyl sheets. Slate, marble, or ceramic tile and underlayment.
Home Entertainment Electronics
Computers & flat screen monitors. MP3 players and stereos,
DVD and Blue Ray players.
Must be less than 5 years old and in working order..
If you are not able to bring your donations to the warehouse, please email WarehouseSales@FranklinGrandIsleHabitat.org
to arrange a pickup..
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