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1555 Shannock Road, Charlestown, RI 02813
Open Tuesday - Saturday 9-5 (donation center closes at 4)

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your donation

helps a family build a strong foundation for the future.

How do I donate items to the ReStore?

Items you donate to the ReStore are resold to the public with proceeds supporting our home building mission. ReStore donations are a critical element of our success, and we thank you for your generosity. 


Items that can fit in your vehicle: Please bring your donations to the ReStore Tuesday through Saturday between 9 and 4. Upon arrival, drive to our loading dock at the rear of the building, here a ReStore representative will greet you and assist with your donation.


Large or bulky items that do not fit in your vehicle: Complete our donation pickup form here and we will be in touch as soon as possible to discuss your donation. Please note our Donation Drivers are unable to enter homes, so all items must be located outside of the home and on the ground level (garage, patio, driveway, etc.).


For more information on our donation process call us at 401.213.6716.  All items must be clean, complete, free of rips, stains, pet damage or sun fading and in new or gently used condition. Donations are tax deductible*.

What can I donate?

  • Appliances

  • Building supplies

  • Outdoor & lawn items

  • Household goods

  • Kitchenware

  • Furniture

  • Lighting & electrical

  • Plumbing & heating supplies

  • Flooring

  • Cabinets 

  • Vehicles & boats

What we cannot accept:

  • Mattresses

  • Sofa beds

  • Entertainment centers/TV stands

  • Items containing lead or lead paint, asbestos, or other toxic materials

  • Wall-to-wall carpet

  • Partial boxes of tile or flooring

  • Tires

  • Soft goods (clothing, bedding, towels, window treatments, etc.)

  • Baby or children's items

  • Partial cans of paint

  • Certain items over 20 years old (call for details)

*Please be advised that the foregoing is not meant to be construed as tax advice.  Each taxpayer's situation is different from others.  You should contact a tax professional for specific advice relevant to your particular situation.  For additional information, see IRS Publication 561, Determining the Value of Donated Property; IRS Publication 526, Charitable Contributions; and other related IRS Publications

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