Some of Our Favorite Donation Resources
Anything With a Plug
They accept electronic items (not tube or projection TV’s) This benefits the environment by keeping electronics out of the landfills.
Cause For Paws
919-755-8906, 919-790-8599, 919-269-4145
They take household items, and clothes. They help support animal adoption and animal care.
Disabled American Veterans of NC
They accept household items and clothes. They benefit disabled veterans.
Dress For Success
This organization accepts clothes for working women, job interviews, and other clothes to sell. They help empower women to achieve economic independence by providing business clothing.
Durham Rescue Mission
They accept furniture, household items, clothes. This supports the non-profit homeless shelter in Durham, NC.
Green Chair Project
They accept furniture and household furnishings. They benefit those recovering from homelessness, crisis or disaster.
Guardian Angel Thrift
They accept furniture, household items and clothes. They support research being done on Alzheimer’s.
Habitat for Humanity Restore
They accept furniture, household items, construction materials. This organization supports Habitat For Humanity, who builds homes for people.
Mabopane Thrift Store
They accept household items and clothes. This organization benefits the children of Mabopane, Africa.
North Raleigh Ministry
They accept household items, clothing, and furniture. They benefit people who need help through ministry.
Note in the Pocket
They accept clothing and shoes in sizes for children through teens. Their mission is to cloth children with dignity and love.
Pennies For Change
They accept household items and clothes. They support the Durham Crisis Response center.
PTA Thrift Store
They accept household items and clothing. They benefit the area schools’ Parent/Teacher Association.
ReTails Thrift Store
They accept household items and clothes. Their goal is to end unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable cats and dogs in North Carolina shelters.
The Scrap Exchange
They accept supplies that can be used in an artistic or crafty manner. They keep many items out of landfills and provide low-cost materials for artists of any age in the community.
TROSA Thrift Store
They accept furniture, household items, clothing. This organization benefits former substance abusers who are in long term programs focused on recovery through work.