Accepted Donations

Items must be in good and re-usable condition with no rips, stain, mold, mildew, heavy pet fur or tobacco smoke. Items in poor condition will not be accepted.

What we accept:

Chairs, tables - dining, kitchen, coffee, end, computer, night stand, patio, dressers, hutches, armoires, bookcases, cabinets, entertainment centers

Records, CDs, videos, DVDs

Pots, pans, utensils, china cups, mugs, vases, dishes, cutlery, glassware, silverware, stemware

Small electrical toasters, radios, power tools, irons, blenders, mixers, stereos, CD players, speakers, DVD players, table lamps, floor lamps, light fixtures

Exercise & outdoor
Bicycles, garden tools, small sports equipment, small exercise equipment

Purses, wallets, backpacks, bags, jewelry

Items for Kids
Games, puzzles, Only NEW Toys

Bed/bath towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, curtains, tablecloths, area rugs

Decor and miscellaneous items
Artwork, baskets, ornaments, new candles, pictures/frames, decorative items

Building Material
Leftover reno materials like flooring. (must be in a box).

What we don't accept:

We appreciate your donations; however there are some items that we are unable to accept due to sanitary, legal and health & safety concerns. These items include but are not limited to:

Kids Items
Clothing and used toys

Automobile parts
Tires, mufflers, fenders, etc.

Beds & bedding parts
Hide-a-beds, pull out couches, mattresses, box springs, waterbeds, coil springs, etc.

Damaged furniture
Torn, soiled or in need of repair

Encyclopedias, cassette tapes, VHS tapes

Flammable products
Any items that operate on or contain fuel including: gas cans, propane cylinders, barbecues, lawn mowers, tiki torches, etc.

Hazardous materials
Batteries, paints, chemicals, cleaning products, poisons, etc.

Infant products
Car seats, cribs and related products
Please note: accepting these items is restricted by law.

Wall-to-wall carpet

Please contact the store directly if you have a question regarding acceptable and unacceptable donations. Staff and volunteers do have the right to politely refuse unacceptable items.

Thank you!