The Palouse Habitat Surplus Sale store is a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used items to the public at a fraction of the retail price. All proceeds are used by Palouse Habitat for Humanity to build and repair homes for low-income families in Latah and Whitman counties. Any person or group is welcome to volunteer, donate, and shop at the store.
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Palouse Habitat for Humanity Surplus Sale accepts donations of new and used building materials and home improvement items. All donated material must be either new or in good working condition. The Surplus Sale reserves the right to respectfully refuse any item offered for donation. Donations are accepted only during store hours; please do not leave items at the front or back door without Surplus Sale inspection and acceptance.
Business or whole house move-outs. We are grateful that you are thinking of supporting Palouse Habitat and we are happy to discuss with you a large donation and coordinate pick-up.
Because of our commitment to providing quality merchandise, all donations to the Habitat store are subject to staff approval so we can ensure that every item we offer is sellable, clean, and in working order. If you have any questions about a potential donation, please contact the store directly at 208-882-5246.
All proceeds from the store build the next Habitat home!
The Surplus Sale depends on VOLUNTEER POWER! Lend a hand – make a difference!
The Sale offers flexible about volunteer schedules; you may work as many or as few hours as you like, on a regular schedule or on an occasional basis. Volunteers should wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes and neat work clothes. We promise a positive and rewarding experience in an upbeat, positive, and friendly atmosphere. Each volunteer makes an important contribution to our efforts to eliminate poverty housing in Latah & Whitman Counties helping to meet Habitat for Humanity’s goal of assuring that all people have a simple, decent place to live.