Have something to donate, but don’t know where
Here’s a list of places to try:-
Material for the
Arts - www.mfta.org - 718-729-3001
supplies to artists, public schools and nonprofit arts organizations.
Will pickup large donations. Tax deduction provided
Most wanted items -
(no more than 4 years old)
Computer related items like scanners, printers, and fax machines
Household items like
irons, dishes, silverware, vases, and lamps
Paper, and posterboard
Projectors and screens
and home decorating supplies
Miscellaneous - ladders, telephones, answering machines, etc.
Housing Works - housingworks.org
- Provides services to people with HIV/AIDS
Stores - uptown-downtown-midtown.
Free furniture pickup. Donations must be in good condition. Take
Tax deduction provided.
Housing Works Used
Book Cafe - housingworks.org/usedbookcafe - 212-334-3324
126 Crosby Street, NYC 10012
Will pickup large donations.
Babybuggy - babybuggy.org - 212-736-1777
520 Eight Avenue, NYC 10018
a long lists of needs. A charge for pickup.
redistributes infant gear - 0-4 years old - and clothing to needy families.
Freecycle.org - freecycle.org -
Give free - Get free. An alternative to Craigslist.
Computers - Contact,
Lower East Side Ecology Center - 212-477-4022
in NYC - spring.
Hoboken NJ - accepts electronic waste
- contact 201-420-2277
Many electronics manufacturers have recycling programs. Visit their website
and type in the word “recycle” in the search box.
This website is loaded with places to donate stuff to -http://www.nyc.gov/html/nycwasteless/html/new_homes/new_homes.shtml#computers