Donation Wishlist

Habitat Denver is always in need of materials and resources for our construction sites, ReStores, and administrative offices. Donated materials and services are vital to the success of our organization and greatly reduce the cost of running our programs. Below are items that would enhance our ability to provide more homes for families in need.

If you're able to donate any of the items listed below, please contact our resource development team.

Items Currently Needed

Why do we need it?


Tablets would allow Habitat's Family Services team to reduce wait times, as well as utilize electronic translation services to help applicants understand our program in the language they are most comfortable with. 


Scooters would help our team save on gas, time, and parking fees when traveling to and from meetings around town.


Vans would tremendously help our staff transport materials and arrive safely to events and construction sites.

Land or Homes (either for building or resale to benefit our mission)

Homes and land are a greatly needed resource for Habitat's program.

Habitat Denver has the right to refuse per our policy (Gifts of real estate including developed or undeveloped property shall be conditionally accepted pending formal review by the Habitat Denver Board of Directors Executive Committee.  Habitat Denver staff will provide a summary of property issues and a recommendation to the Habitat Denver Board of Directors Executive Committee.   Due diligence shall include staff review of title commitment at a minimum, with other issues reviewed as deemed necessary by staff.)

Donated IT Professional engineering and consulting time

Our IT Team is in need of help with CISCO security configurations and some engineering and design help with VMWare and VDI. This time donation would speed up some projects in the pipeline.

Construction and home improvement materials

Habitat Denver owns and operates three ReStore Home Improvement Outlets, which accept donations of materials like furniture, appliances and cabinets, and sell them back to the public at a discount. All net proceeds from the ReStores help fund Habitat's homeownership program. To learn more about the types of materials accepted at the ReStores, click here.