Thank you for thinking of donating to us.
When can I make a donation?
Due to consequences of COVID-19 and CDC guidelines, we only accept soft-item donations at the following times:
|None||12:00 to 2:00 PM||None||12:00 to 2:00 PM||None|
For hard-item donations (such as furniture), please call us for more information.
Where can I drop off a donation?
Donations are accepted during the appropriate hours at the donation center. When donating large furniture, please make an appointment to either drop it off or have us pick it up.
You can also donate by scheduling a full house or commercial clean out. For further information about clean outs, give us a call.
What are soft-item donations?
Anything that is soft and flexible such as fabrics, toilet paper, and disposable gloves is a soft-item donation. The only exception is we consider jewelry a soft-item. Below is a list of examples.
If you’re unsure about a potential donation being considered a soft-item, feel free to call us.
What are hard-item donations?
A hard-item donation is anything that is rigid. Some examples are:
|Kitchenware||Books||Knickknacks & Figurines||DVDs||Electronics & Computers||Toys|
We do not accept any used toys. All donated toys must be in their original packaging and unopened.
|VHS Tapes||Cassette Tapes||CDs||Vinyl Records|
|Unframed Mirrors||Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers||Hospital beds||Crutches|
|Fish tanks||Carpets||Bathroom fixtures||Gas/kerosene-operated equipment|
|Tube or Rear Projection TV’s (the old kind)||Chandeliers & sconces||Sports Equipment||Used toys, games & puzzles|
|Damaged or repaired ceramics, pots, or plates||Disposable containers||Large glass top dining tables||Damaged, stained, or incomplete furniture|
|Office furniture (except for small desks)||Damaged artwork|