When you sell your home in DC Ranch (or elsewhere because you’re moving to DC Ranch), you’ll probably go through everything you own and decide which items are coming with you to your new place. If you’re like most people, you know that donating items is a great way to give back to the community – but where do you start?
Check out these five places to donate household items when you’re moving.
The Best Places to Donate Household Items When You Move to or From DC Ranch
Check out these five places that need donations to help the community:
- Child Crisis Arizona
- House of Refuge
- Military Order of the Purple Heart
- Hope’s Closet
- Justa Center
Here’s a closer look at each.
Child Crisis Arizona
Child Crisis Arizona’s wish list is full of clothing, sports-related items and more. Everything community members donate to the organization is used for its emergency children’s center for abused and neglected kids up to the age of 10. They help children who have been abandoned, are homeless, or have an incarcerated parent, as well as foster children. The center provides early education services and counseling.
Schedule a drop-off time to Child Crisis Arizona by calling 480-321-8946.
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House of Refuge
House of Refuge is an emergency shelter for homeless families. Staffed by professionals, House of Refuge works with people who need employment, are looking for permanent housing, or are healing from trauma. The donation center accepts gently used clothing, furniture and household items, and non-perishable food items.
Drop off donations at 6858 East Ursula Avenue in Mesa or call 480-988-9395 to schedule a pickup.
Military Order of the Purple Heart
The Military Order of the Purple Heart supports veterans and their families all over the United States – and they accept clothing, toys, household appliances and items, and more. You can choose to drop off items on your own or schedule a pickup through Operation Green Drop.
Hope’s Closet, which is located in Goodyear, is owned by New Life Center. It’s a thrift store where the public can shop, but every adult and child seeking refuge at New Life Center’s emergency shelter has access to all the items inside (without having to pay for them). When people who aren’t staying at the shelter shop there, all proceeds go directly to the shelter. New Life Center and Hope’s Closet accept clothing, appliances and household items, electronics, books and sports equipment.
The Justa Center is for homeless senior citizens and operates an emergency day center, as well as a program for housing transition assistance. Justa Center accepts clothing, furniture, household items, cleaning supplies, luggage and kitchen items. Both the day center and housing assistance programs need donations.
Schedule a pickup by calling 602-254-6524, extension 5.
Are You Selling a Home in DC Ranch This Summer?
Thinking about selling your home in DC Ranch? Call us at 480-360-0281 to find out how we’ll market it to all the right buyers. If you’re also looking for a new home, we’d love show you any listing in the community. Let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll be happy to search for something that’s a perfect match for your needs.
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