Find out where to donate baby items

Not sure where to donate baby items? Are these gently used items just piling up in your home? If so, it’s time to take the next steps to make those items useful again.

I always recommend giving back to the community, and a simple way to do that is by donating gently used items that are no longer beneficial to you. This doesn’t require you to cough up any extra money. It doesn’t necessarily have to be time-consuming. As a matter of fact, there are many organizations out there that will drive out to you to pick up your donation!

So before you break down and set everything out for trash pickup, check out this list of organizations that accept donations of baby items.

*Please note: COVID protocols may have changed the way donation procedures work at certain organizations. So make sure you double-check policies before packing up your car for a dropoff. 

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Shelters

Homeless shelters will not only provide those in need with a roof over their head temporarily, but they often provide food and clothing as well. Some shelters may also offer donations of other items. So feel free to contact your local shelters to see what exactly they accept to help with your planning.

 

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is one of the most popular national organizations for donations. They provide assistance to so many members of the community in various ways and your donation would be greatly appreciated.

 

Vietnam Vets of America

In my household, we make regular donations to Vietnam Vets of America. We just schedule the pickup online, leave the items on the porch, and they pick it up. We donate clothes, shoes, books, toys, and even more.

 

Goodwill

Goodwill is another popular option for donating baby items. Some locations will even offer a pickup option. Make sure you call ahead to see what items they accept.

 

Churches

We regularly donate items to our local churches. They typically accept clothes, shoes, books, toys, and even small furniture.

 

Social Services

You can always contact your local social services agency for a list of places in need of donations. So do not hesitate to make that phone call. Your donation can make a huge difference!

 

 

 

 

Author

  • Briana Marie is a mental health and financial literacy advocate, and founder of Major League Mommy. In her spare time, Briana enjoys yoga, travel, and spending time with her Husband and two daughters.

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