Anything that doesn’t work/needs a replacement part
Paint, Stain, Thinners, or other Hazardous Materials/Chemicals
Unframed mirrors or glass
Appliances over 10 years old (if your older appliance still works, consider calling Crisis Assistance, they can take older appliances)
TVs older than 5 years
Microwaves & dishwashers over 5 years old
Storm windows/single pane windows
Swing sets or playground equipment
Pools (above or below ground)
Other organizations in the area that accept donations include:
Crisis Assistance - Accepts donations of clothing, blankets, linens, shoes, household items, and gently used furniture.
Goodwill - Accepts donations of clothing, computers, household items, and gently used furniture.
Salvation Army – Accepts donations of clothing, furniture, working appliances, household items, TV’s, stereos, computers, books, toys and games, sporting goods, etc.
This is a list of the items the Brunswick County ReStore accepts. If you don’t see your items listed or if you have questions, please call our Restores at 910-579-8346 (Ocean Isle) or 910-457-1772 (Southport/Oak Island).
Appliances – no older than 10 years
Dishwashers (no older than 5 yrs), Range Tops, Ovens, Microwaves (no older than 5 yrs), Washing Machines, Dryers, Refrigerators, Range Hoods, Small appliances (i.e.: toasters, blenders, etc.), Water heaters, Furnaces, Air Conditioners
When you donate your gently used items to the ReStore, you’re helping us change lives by making affordable home ownership a reality! You’re also keeping perfectly usable items from needlessly going to waste in a landfill!
Brunswick County Habitat for Humanity operates three ReStores, one in Ocean Isle Beach, one in Southport and one in Leland. All have a friendly group of staff and volunteers who will gladly accept your donation or assist you with items for sale. Each store is stocked with a wide variety of building materials and household items from windows to furniture.
Our ReStores are open from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday- Saturday. You may call ahead to see if an item is available or to schedule a pick up of donated items.
Contractors appreciate our pick-up service for reusable materials, eliminating hauling and dumping fees. Building suppliers often donate discontinued or returned items, and people remodeling their homes give new purpose to their old appliances, cabinets, windows, doors, and fixtures through donations to the ReStores. Anyone planning to move can skip the packing or yard sale hassle by bringing their unwanted furnishings to a ReStore. We can not only pick up your donated items, we will gladly provide you a receipt for a tax deduction. Contact our ReStores for more information.
If you have items you’d like to donate, we have several options to help you donate your gently used items. You can always visit any of our three Brunswick County locations and our staff will be happy assist you in offloading your items. You can also contact us by phone to schedule a donation pick-up for qualifying items.