Moving and need a place to donate your things? From mattresses to golf clubs, see the compiled list below of where to take donations in Charlotte. Don’t forget to schedule plenty of lead time for both pickups and drop-offs, especially now during COVID. Nonprofit staffs are often stretched thin, so make sure to schedule a time with them to donate your items for a smooth drop-off.
Beds for Kids
What they accept: Mattresses, furniture, new pillows and bedding, gently used blankets. They cannot accept king mattresses, sleeper sofas, baby cribs, patio furniture.
Habitat for Humanity Restore
What they accept: Furniture, appliances, building materials, home décor, books, cabinets, hardware, working lighting, plumbing supplies, flooring, new windows, miscellaneous items. They cannot accept computers, clothing, mattresses, and appliances older than 10 years.
Crisis Assistance Ministry
What they accept: Furniture, mattresses and appliances. These are only accepted at the Furniture Bank location only. Limited pickup is available for large items. Scheduling can take up to two weeks depending on the season, demand and availability of drivers. They cannot accept baby gear, built in appliances and cabinetry, king sized mattresses and beds, dishwashers, freezers and gas appliances, lawn mowers or pianos.
What they accept: Clothing, furniture, working appliances (no built in appliances), household items and cars.
The First Tee Greater Charlotte
What they accept: Gently used golf clubs, golf bags and golf accessories. The First Tee is an international youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to young people.
The Grid (operated by Goodwill)
What they accept: Computers, monitors, small fax machines, small copiers, small printers, game systems, computer accessories, video games and accessories.
Need more help sorting through your stuff or holding an estate sale? Reach out to your preferred Dickens Mitchener agent to get a referral for a reputable company in Charlotte to handle your things.