Charity Picks Up Donated Furniture

Charities That Pick Up Donations in the Atlanta Area

Goodwill is a charitable organization that does furniture donation pickups called housecalls. For most items that are hard to transport, they provide a hand of help by coming to your doorstep to pick it up. Since they are also a charitable organization, they are able to provide tax deductions for your used furniture.

Book a free furniture collection Book a free collection to donate furniture and electrical items we can sell in our shops. Use our online form and we'll give you a call within 72 hours to confirm your booking. BOOK A FREE COLLECTION or call 0808 250 0030

Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries now offers a 48-hour priority, fee-based pick up option to residents in eastern and central Massachusetts. Now you can donate your unwanted items to Goodwill more quickly using College Hunks Hauling Junk, an independent hauling company not operated by Goodwill.

Furniture Pickups The Furniture Bank serves children and families in-need with furniture as they are coming out of crisis situations. Donations to our Furniture for Families Program: Our "Furniture for Families" program allows families in need access to gently-used furniture which will allow them to get back on their feet.

The Harbor Ministries will pick-up your donations of furniture, clothes, house wares, tools, vehicles, etc. In fact, we will pick up most household items in good condition. We cannot pick up any hazardous materials or chemicals. This includes: opened paints, chemicals and old tires.

DonationTown.org will help you locate a charity near you and schedule a fast, FREE furniture donation pick up of your furniture donations. What kinds of charitable furniture donations are accepted? A number of local charities welcome your donations of used furniture and other household items, provided that they are in good condition.

Charities That Pick Up Donations in the Atlanta Area
Vietnam Veterans of America - Community Service/Non-Profit
The Deep Well Project: Islanders helping islanders - Local
The Deep Well Project: Islanders helping islanders - Local
The Deep Well Project: Islanders helping islanders - Local

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