Gifts in Kind



Gifts in Kind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout our 40-year history, corporations have partnered with us to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter in partnership with families in the U.S. and around the world.

Gifts and in-kind donations of all sorts have helped us further our work, and brought opportunity and resources to families in need of a decent place to call home. Contributions large and small continue to make a difference, and we believe there is something every company can give to allow us to help even more families build better futures.

What are in-kind donations?

When organizations donate goods or services, those donations are considered gifts-in-kind. Habitat accepts large quantities of in-kind gifts like building materials, furniture, appliances and more.

One of our most valued gifts-in-kind are the materials used to build homes. Habitat for Humanity regularly ranks as one of the top 20 homebuilders in the United States and is the largest privately held homebuilder. For example, in each one of the homes we build in the U.S., we require approximately 150 pounds of nails and 400 two-by-fours. With the average Habitat house consisting of 1,200 square feet and three bedrooms, these numbers add up fast—so donations of building materials from community business partners are always welcome!

We have become experts in creativity and we enjoy working with corporations who want to donate building materials for home construction or overstock items for resale, so don’t hesitate to contact us about your desired donation.

Additionally, in some cases, retailers with overstock items donate those goods. Donations like these are usually sold in our ReStore home improvement stores, with the proceeds benefiting Habitat.

How to coordinate your gifts-in-kind

Donate your home construction materials

Our corporate partnerships help make our work at Habitat possible. We offer partnership opportunities to corporations wishing to donate construction materials. For more information,  contact us at info@habitatsvaz.org.

Deconstruction

From bathroom remodel projects to large commercial build-outs, we can partner with you and save you thousands of dollars in waste fees!

Our deconstruction support gives contractors an option to support their local communities, protect the environment, and realize dramatic tax savings by donating everything normally removed in a remodel/rebuild project. We accept commercial items, appliances, cabling, fixtures, and tons more. Contact us for information today.

Donate your overstock materials

Whether your company has a few truckloads of building materials, or warehouses full of them across the country, our Procurement and Logistics team works to make the donation process as easy as possible. We can arrange one-time donations, or establish long-term partnerships with recurring donations in different locations.

As far as restock, we have handled nationwide restaurant chain remodels, going out of business events and everything in between. We are happy to take these unwanted items off of your hands.

Email our Procurement and Logistics team to learn more about in-kind donations to the Sierra Vista Area Habitat for Humanity mission.

Do you have a vehicle to donate? Visit our Cars for Homes page to find out how you can donate it to Habitat for Humanity.

Are you interested in becoming a corporate volunteer? You can find out about our corporate volunteer opportunities.

Donate to Habitat ReStore

Need to donate stuff?

Remodeling, cleaning, down-sizing or just getting organized? Whatever your project, don’t let the items you no longer need end up in your local landfill.

Habitat ReStore divert hundreds of tons from landfills each year, accepting hard-to-dispose-of items including new and used furniture, appliances and surplus building materials. In many cases, pickup service is provided for large items.

Best of all, proceeds from the sale of these donated goods help families build a foundation for the future.

Head over to our ReStore page to learn more about how the ReStore program works.