Habitat for Humanity Maui

Donate Building Materials and Household Items

Donating to Habitat Maui’s ReStore

We are always in need of new and slightly used building materials, furniture, and home improvement goods. Habitat for Humanity Maui is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your donation may be tax deductible.

All donations are resold to the public and below retail and helps with Habitat Maui’s housing program.


What donations do we accept?

Unfortunately, there are limits to what we are able accept. Please refer to our list of acceptable donations before delivering your donation. If you are uncertain if your donation is something we can take, please give us a call at 808-242-1140 or email [email protected].


How can I drop off my donation?

All donations can be dropped off to the ReStore’s receiving area on Mondays through Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Donation drop offs are by appointment only and subject to availability. Schedule your appointment by calling 808-242-1140.

Please bring help to unload any heavy donations.


What if I need my donation to be picked-up?

We offer curb-side pickups! Please complete a donation pick-up request form to include your name, contact information, a brief description of your item(s), and photos. All donation pick-ups must be approved prior to scheduling. You may also email information and photo(s) to [email protected]

As part of our COVID-19 Response and Protocols, pick-ups must meet the following requirements:

  • Donation must be outside of an enclosed structure. We are not able to enter a building or home
  • Donation must be 25 feet from the curb, street, driveway or parking space
  • Donation must be on ground level
  • Access must not be by steep or unpaved driveway or road
  • Access must not be through low hanging branches or trees

Our donation pick-up schedule is as follows:

Mondays – NONE
Tuesdays – South Maui (Kihei/Wailea)
Wednesdays – West Maui (Lahaina/Kaanapali/Napili)
Thursdays – Central Maui (Kahului/Wailuku)
Fridays – Upcountry (Kula/Makawao/Haiku)