We welcome your tax-deductible donations! Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety. Please make a donation today to help deserving local families get out of substandard housing and into a home that they help create.
You can donate using a credit card by clicking HERE.
You may also donate by mailing a check to:
Greater Fairfield Area Habitat for Humanity
PO Box 334
Fairfield, IA 52556-0006
Guidelines for Donated Items
The Habitat ReStore is a community resource for recycling new and used building materials, furniture and household goods back into the community instead of landfills, while simultaneously supporting Habitat for Humanity’s effort to combat poverty housing in our area.
We rely on donations from residents and resell them back into the community at affordable prices. The proceeds go to Greater Fairfield Area Habitat for Humanity to build houses. Items must be in good working order, clean and ready to use. If you have something that isn’t on this list, it may still be acceptable. Check with Fairfield Habitat at (641) 209-9450 or 1903 Business Hwy 34 in Fairfield.
What We’re Looking For:
Household Furniture – Usable, reasonably good condition. We sell a lot of furniture!
Building Materials – Reusable building materials in good condition. This a staple for us.
Appliances – Washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, stoves, water heaters, furnaces etc. IN WORKING CONDITION
Doors – Interior and exterior use doors, solid or hollow-core. Also accessories like knobs, locks, hinges.
Double-Pane Windows – New or good condition-used double pane/insulated.
Paint – Not too old and never been frozen.
Hardware & Tools – In useable condition.
Lighting & Electrical – Electrical supplies and accessories. Lamps, lighting fixtures, etc.
Office Furniture – Desks, shelves, etc.
Plumbing Fixtures – Sinks, toilets, vanities, faucets, pipes, etc.
- If you’re not sure. . . . call us! 641-209-9450
What We DON’T Want or Need:
Broken Items – We are unable to fix or repair donations. If an item needs fixing before it can be used or enjoyed we generally don’t want it.
Electronics – We do not accept donations of TVs, stereo equipment, computers or related accessories.
Mattresses or Box Springs – We are unable to accept these due to potential health code risks. We are not equipped to decontaminate.
Single-Pane Windows – Call First. We usually have more than we need.
Floor Tiles – Call First. We usually have more than we need.
Truck Pick-up is available for a fee. Call for details.
Greater Fairfield Area
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
P.O. Box 334 • 1903 Business Hwy 34, Fairfield IA 52556
Open: Thursday / Friday / Saturday
10am – 5pm
Thank you for supporting Greater Fairfield Area Habitat for Humanity!
Building twelve houses in Fairfield in 11 years is a miracle. Or is it?
When you break down the process of building a house board by board, so to speak, then you realize that it was not an overnight success story. While we sometimes have large donations of money or appliances, there are many, many more smaller donations. There are multiple sacrifices, acts of kindness, prayers and helping hands that make up a miracle.
We want to send a big THANK YOU to our volunteers who come from churches, schools, the community and even some from far away places to help us.
A big THANK YOU also to local donors who are helping us realize our goal of $75,000 for our next build. Our next house will cost $90,000 and we’ve raised $23,000 already.
In addition to the many local donors who help us realize our goal of building safe homes for people in Fairfield, these are some national donors who have helped us.
- Whirlpool has donated 8 new refrigerators and 8 new ranges.
- Yale Locks provided door knobs for 15 doors.
- Valspar Paint donated 25 gallons of primer and paint. Valspar is donating all the paint for the next house.
- Dow donated foam insulation used on 6 new houses.
- Hunter Douglas sent us blinds for 17 bedroom windows.
- Taco John’s, Kentucky Fried chicken, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Breadeaux Pizza are restaurants that fed hungry volunteers.
A heartfelt thanks to all our donors and volunteers. You are what make Greater Fairfield Area HFH possible.