Donate

Donations are made by appointment only

Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm

Donation Center is located at back of building accessed using alley

Click Donation Appointment to schedule a date and time to drop off donations

Donation Appointment – Drop Off

We Offer Pickup with our 16ft box truck on

Tuesdays & Fridays 11:30am -4:30pm

Click Donation Appointment to schedule a date and time to have donations  picked up

Donation Appointment – Pick Up

If you need assistance in scheduling your donation drop off call the store at 785-856-6920 ext. 1 and one of our staff will assist you.

Items we do NOT accept:

  • Dishes, Housewares
  • Blinds
  • Electronics
  • Upholstered Furniture such as couches, love seats, recliners, mattresses, box springs
  • Shower Doors
  • Vanity tops without cabinets
  • Pianos/Organs
  • Unframed Mirror/Glass
  • Garage Door Openers

Alternative Donation Drop Off

Have something the ReStore does not, or can not, accept? We suggest contacting the following places:

Social Service League – 905 Rhode Island (785) 843-5414

Salvation Army – 1601 W 23rd St, #106 (785) 856-1115

Goodwill – 2200 W 31st Street (785) 331-3908

City of Lawrence Residential Recycle Guide

Items we accept:

We are temporarily NOT accepting Spare Cabinet Doors or Drawers as of 10/27/2020

Click on Category to learn more about donating items of that type.

We no longer accept paint or stain.

Contact Hazardous Waste at 785-832-3030 for disposal options.

All donated materials MUST meet these guidelines:

1. Residential Items: Must be intended for use in or have application in residential construction, improvement, or maintenance. Nothing labeled or specifically configured for industrial, commercial or professional use.

2. Structural Items: Must be structurally sound to perform its intended use. Nothing broken, missing, worn-out or otherwise  ‘falling apart.’

3. Functional Items: Must operate in a way that it can perform its intended use. No disabling damage, non-functioning components, or in any way inoperable.

4. Cosmetic: Must have an appearance acceptable to the general public to perform its intended use. Problems may include: alterations, certain damage, excessive dirt or other visible lack of maintenance, etc.