What type of donations are needed?
Gift-in-kind, or donations of material items (or services) to Habitat, is a great way to support our ministry. The types of items that are most helpful are building materials specifically for our builds - we have received gifts of flooring, cabinetry, hot water heaters, cement foundation block, as well as tools. All of these items help us to make our build affordable to our home recipients and no gift is too small.
We are always looking for skilled laborers to assist with our home builds. If you have technical abilities that you are willing to share, please reach out to us through our contact form or call the Habitat office at 814-503-0536.
In addition to items for our builds, we are currently working to develop a Habitat ReStore. At this time, we are working to generate inventory, for our monthly Pop Up Sales. Habitat Restores generate revenue for our builds by re-selling gently used building supplies, appliances and tools. We are currently accepting drop-off donations for our ReStore Pop-up Wednesdays from 9:30 to noon with an appointment. Please click here to contact us about a donation, or call the Habitat office at 814-503-0536.
Unfortunately, due to our contract with the DuBois Mall, we are unable to have furniture at this time at our Pop Up Sale space. However, we are still accepting furniture donations (gently used/good items), we periodically have Furniture sales at our storage space. Donations of new, new open box, or very good usable condition building supplies (lumber, trim, flooring, cabinetry, countertops, plumbing fixtures, PVC pipe, hardware, electrical supplies, lighting, tools, etc) are welcome.
Having renovations done to your home by a contractor? Skip the landfill! We would love the gift of your gently used bathroom fixtures, kitchen countertops, cabinets, light fixtures, and more. Please have your contractor contact us, and we can arrange pickup/dropoff.
The financial generosity of our partners is one of the most important ways that Habitat for Humanity of Clearfield County is able to continue to provide services in this community in the form of home builds and critical repair projects, HFHCC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please click here to make a financial donation.