Getting Ready to Start a Kitchen Renovation?

Are you getting ready to start a kitchen renovation, and unsure what to do about the removal of your kitchen? Would you like to make money from the removal of your kitchen? The Kitchen Salvage Program through Habitat for Humanity has a team of expertly trained volunteers to help you through this process, free of charge, and receive a tax receipt for your kitchen donation! *SALVAGE OFFER BASED ON KITCHEN VALUE*

Would you like us to remove your kitchen for you, free of charge?

Schedule your Kitchen Salvage

Is your cabinetry already disassembled and ready for pickup?

Schedule your Kitchen Pickup



What We AcceptKitchen

While we do take donations of almost all parts of the kitchen, these are the main parts we accept:

        • Kitchen Cabinets (Upper, Lower or Islands)
        • Countertops
        • Appliances (fridge, stove, dishwashers, etc.)
        • Vanities
        • Fireplaces
        • Furniture (including couches)

      ...and more!

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"I was so impressed with Chris, Bridget and the team that I felt compelled to let you know how wonderful they are. They arrived on time and very quickly had my entire kitchen demolished. I wanted to say how impressed I was with the care they took with my floors and the rest of the house and how organized and efficient they were. It does the heart good to see people care so deeply about what they do. Thank you very much!" - Brenda


"It was really great meeting your crew yesterday and I'm so happy you were able to take so many items. Please pass along our admiration and gratitude to your crew for the amazing work you are doing as volunteers!" - Mary


"Just wanted to thank you and your team for the awesome work done during the removal of our donated kitchen.  Your team took lots of care, were helpful, informative and respectful of our home during the entire process.  We have already told all our friends, family and our neighbourWe will reach out to you again if we want to donate our appliances." - Joanne


"The salvage crew led by Chris Bava did an amazing job, very fast, friendly and clean. I very much appreciated it. I tried to give each one of them a $10 tip, but they refused to accept the tip. They said that my donation was a great gift in itself. I was very impressed with their generous attitude." - Dilip


"The team was great and I have been telling anyone that I know of that is doing a kitchen renovation to contact their habitat location." - Lyndsey


"I was totally pleased with the process. Glad to be able to help someone else."  - Doris


"Crew was great, neat and really quick and careful not to do any damage to walls furniture removing cabinets." - Dave


"Fantastic organization. The professionalism of the crew and the care they took in my home, unbelievable. I would recommend this to everyone I know. Very pleased that the donated materials didn't go to waste; that it went to a good cause." - Richard


"I found your volunteer team to be superior in their professionalism, care and quality of work, when compared to the various other contractors I've hired. They brought all the tools they needed with them (I've had contractors show up who rely on me to provide them with a ladder for example.) They were extremely polite and overall exceeded my expectations. I wish all the paid contractors I've hired were so good."


"We try to donate in many areas. The salvage program is one area where we feel we can make a difference. We include it in all of our homeowner info startups (before construction). Appreciate what you do." - Dave


"Excellent program. Keep up the good work! It is so good to see things being reused and recycled instead of taken to the dump." - Lucy


"Noel was our contact and leader for the whole process. He was wonderful to work with. His crew were all very friendly, quick and clean. We appreciated the chance to mutually benefit both ourselves but also Habitat. I would recommend to everyone." - Heather



Program Benefits



Donating your kitchen to the Kitchen Salvage Program will benefit you and your family greatly. While there are many great reasons to use our kitchen donations program, here's what we think are the main benefits:


  • Saving money on disposal fees.

  • A charitable tax receipt, which in turn can be used for greater disposable income.

  • Donations going towards helping families in need.


While having your own personal kitchen donated to Habitat For Humanity, there are also many benefits to doing the same for your clients. Some of them include:


  • Save money on disposable fees.

  • Offering clients a charitable tax receipt for their kitchen donation.

  • Offer clients opportunity to create more room in their renovation budget because of the charitable tax receipt. 

  • Offer clients a green solution, making less of an environmental impact.

  • Heightened awareness of corporate social responsibility.

  • Gain exposure for your company through In-Store recognition.

Would you like us to remove your kitchen for you, free of charge?

Schedule your Kitchen Salvage

Is your cabinetry already disassembled and ready for pickup?

Schedule your Kitchen Pickup


Tax Receipt Information

We issue tax receipts if a total donation exceeds $100. We tax receipt all items of value that are donated. The value is based on a Standard Pricing Guide that we follow, which is based on the highest value we believe we can sell your donations in our ReStores. That value is assessed by one of our staff who is trained in such appraisal of donations. From there, the accounting department works on issuing the Tax Receipt which you can expect to see within 3 MONTHS of donation date. If any questions or concerns arise after receiving the tax receipt, please feel free to contact us.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is there any cost to the Kitchen Salvage program?
A: The program is completely FREE! We take everything down for free, and we don’t leave you with any disposal costs. You will also receive a Charitable Tax Receipt for all your donated items.

Q: How long does the average salvage take?
A: The average kitchen salvages takes around 2-3 hours.

Q: How much will I get for my tax receipt?
A: We cannot give an estimate as to what your tax receipt will reflect. The amount will be calculated once all items are brought to the store for pricing. We try to sell items donated for as much as we believe we can sell them for. If there is any concern once your receipt is given, please feel free to contact us.

Q: How long until I can be scheduled for a Kitchen Salvage?
A: On average we can accommodate a salvage within 1-3 weeks of first contact. Times may vary.

Q: What other items does Habitat accept/remove?
A: We accept donations of many househould items. For example: windows, doors, furniture, appliances, etc. Just ask and we will let you know.

Q: What does the whole process look like?
A: Step 1 – Collection of Donor info (Address and Pictures of donated items) Step 2 – Set up an In Person Assessment at donor convenience. Here we will answer any questions and give a final answer on date to salvage and what we can take. Step 3 – Deconstruction/Salvage.

Q: Who takes out my items?
A: As we are a charity, we are supported by 90% volunteers. All Kitchen Salvage Crew Members are volunteers that have been a part of this program for many years. There will also be a staff member on site to load items in the truck.

Q: Who can I contact with questions?
A: If you have any other questions about our Kitchen Donations Program, contact Christopher Bava, Salvage Operations Manager, at 905-828- 0987 ext.437 or email .

Q: Are you covered by insurance?
A: Yes we are. We have Commercial General Liability coverage for up to $5 Million.

Contact Us!

Do you have questions about our Salvage program that we haven't answered here?
Email  OR call 905-637-4446 ext.238


Would you like us to remove your kitchen for you, free of charge? 

Schedule your Kitchen Salvage

Is your cabinetry already disassembled and ready for pickup?

Schedule your Kitchen Pickup