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Donation Guidelines

Updated 8/7/2020 

Accepted Donations

New in original packaging

  • Adult-sized underwear
  • Unopened cleaning supplies
  • Unopened toiletries
  • Personal protective equipment & supplies

Gently used or new

  • Adult-sized clothing
    • Freshly washed/dried or dry-cleaned
    • In closed plastic bags
  • Adult-sized accessories and shoes
  • Dishes, glassware, silverware, serving dishes, large utensils, and cookware
  • Small, non-fabric household decor, lamps, art, knick-knacks
  • DVDs, CDs, vinyl records, and video games
  • Board games and puzzles with all pieces accounted for
  • Flat screen TVs and monitors with power cords

Please read the notes on this page regarding items we cannot accept, as are not able to accept some specific items that fall into the above categories.  

Donations We Cannot Accept

Due to various health & safety reasons, costs associated with disposal or recycling, or limited processing resources, we are not able to accept:

  • Any items that are dirty, broken, or in need of repair of any kind
  • Any furniture
  • Any electronics, computers equipment, or small appliances
  • Fabric-based household goods (pillows, throw pillows, cushions, wall-hangings, rugs, comforters, sheets, towels) 
  • Used socks or underwear
  • Children's clothing, accessories, and shoes
  • Children's books and toys
  • Mattresses, box springs, bed frames, or headboards
  • Office supplies or school supplies
  • Large appliances (ovens, stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers, washers/dryers, etc.)
  • Anything that is designed to hold or carry a child (cribs, cradles, strollers, carseats, carriers, etc.)
  • Safety equipment (pads, helmets, hardhats, etc.)
  • Medical equipment (crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, braces, etc.)
  • CRT ("tube") TVs
  • Toiletries/hygiene supplies
  • Food or other perishable items
  • Hangers
  • Anything that we are not able to test in-store, such as items with irregular-voltage power cords, inflatable items, tents, or anything gas-powered
  • Hazardous materials like paint, paint thinner, fuel, weapons/ammunition, chemicals, cleaners, or oil