Purchase a Summit County ReStore Gift Card
Treasure hunts where good finds fund good work.
The Habitat for Humanity of Summit County ReStore is a perfect place to donate your gently-used or new furniture and appliances and do-it-yourselfers to shop. Our warehouse is filled with new and gently used building materials, furniture, and appliances available to the public at deeply discounted prices. Items are donated by individuals, contractors and retailers. Proceeds from the ReStore benefit the mission of Habitat for Humanity of Summit County and help fund the building of homes with local families in need of a safe, decent, affordable place to raise a family.
2301 Romig Rd. Akron, OH 44320
Wednesday – Friday 8AM-6PM & Saturday 8AM-4PM
- Save reusable items from the landfill & save the environment.
- Easy donation drop off & free pickups in Summit County.
- All donations are tax deductible.
- Offer great items for lower income families.
Request a Free Donation Pickup
Drop Off Your Donation
2301 Romig Rd. Akron, OH
Monday & Tuesday 8AM-3:30PM
Wednesday – Friday 8AM-6PM
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Have you donated to the ReStore before? Tell us how we’re doing to help us better serve our community by answering a few short questions!
Assist our staff with unloading donations, organizing displays, showroom cleaning, and customer service. Volunteering in our ReStore offers a flexible schedule, requires no skills, and is available for volunteers 14 years and older.
How do I donate an item?
How are the items priced at the ReStore?
Materials are sold 50%-90% of retail value.
Where do items come from?
ReStore accepts new and gently-used building materials, furniture and appliances from individuals, contractors, suppliers, retail stores, remodelers and property managers.
What payment types does the ReStore accept?
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover (sorry, no checks).
How often do you get new merchandise?
Inventory changes often – we are receiving new items daily as donations arrive.
Are my donations tax deductible?
Donations to the ReStore are tax deductible to the fullest extent allow by law. Please consult with a tax accountant or the IRS for a definite answer. We will provide you with a donation receipt, which you may use with your tax information. IRS regulation do not allow us to value to item.