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Clothing and household goods are graciously accepted by the Salvation Army and Sacred Heart Community Services.


1-800-GOT-JUNK removes old furniture, appliances, electronics, tires, construction debris, trash or yard waste from your home or business and ensures that it is recycled, donated, or otherwise disposed of responsibly.

Dress for Success provides suits and other professional apparel to disadvantaged women returning to or entering the workforce.


Resource Area For Teachers (RAFT) will turn your surplus materials and office supplies into educational activity kits used by educators to give all students a hands on learning experience.


Donate your new or very gently used books, DVDs, videos, or CDs to the Library.

The Grateful Garment Project provides new clothing and resources for sexual assault victims helping them take the first steps on the road to healing.


Document and photo scanning - Digitally scan and preserve all of your precious memories and Important documents with Photos, Movies & More.  


Donation Town will help you find a charity that will pick up your donations for free.


Excess Access is an online matching database that will help you pass on your items to those who need them by linking surplus donors to needs recipients.


More than four million pairs of unused eyeglasses go into the garbage in North America each year.  Donate your out-of-prescription eyeglasses to the Lions Club and they will be sent to help the visually impaired in developing nations .




GreenMouse Recycling is committed to building communities by providing a friendly and convenient way to dispose of unwanted, obsolete electronics.


Freecycle is a non-profit organization created to encourage peer to peer recycling in your local community.


The content within the sites above are not the property of Take Charge! Organize.  The information is for reference only.

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