Corporate Product Donation
Become a ReStore Corporate Product Donor by giving gently used, unwanted, over-ordered and imperfect items to your nearest ReStore. Your impact will go beyond the store, as 100% of ReStore sales are used to fund Habitat’s mission of providing safe, affordable homes for those in need.
No donation is too small, and we do all the work for you. Donation pickups are free of charge.
Due to our corporate partners, we are able to sell branded, quality items at an affordable price, while reducing wastefulness and giving back to the community. Our corporate partners keep our ecosystem alive, and we couldn’t do it without them.
How to Donate Product:
Why Should I Donate?
It’s a win-win. Corporations who donate products get a healthy tax deduction in exchange for upholding the highest standard of corporate responsibility. Work with us to set the example for others by encouraging generosity and resourcefulness.
- Lucrative tax deduction for the good need
- Supporting corporate social responsibility
- Moving unwanted, slightly damaged or unusable stock
- Supporting the Habitat community, as a result contributing to our mission of providing safe homes for those in need
Our corporate partners help us make a significant impact on our Dallas communities, and we couldn’t do it without you.
Corporate donations make a significant impact on our communities. Just ask Hall Group!
The Hall Group, a large real estate developer in Dallas, was moving headquarters. As their team began planning the move, they found that removing all of their furniture from the building was going to cost over $250,000. On top of the hefty removal fee, they found that all of their unwanted office furniture would end up in a landfill once it was removed from the office.
Unable to cope with the expenditure, they reached out to Habitat ReStores who worked with the Hall Group to coordinate a colossal move over several months.
The Restore loaded 43 semi-trucks full of office furniture, TVs, building supplies and more to sell in the Dallas ReStores.
The Hall Group saved a quarter-million dollars in moving cost, donated to a greater cause, and received over $100,000 in corporate tax breaks. ReStore used their unwanted furniture to invest hundreds and thousands of dollars back into the local community. A win-win.