Donation Locations

Most of the below can be found in the District, VA and MD.

NOTE: Please call and check regarding certain baby and child items as some places are not taking in COVID times.

             Some locations are also not taking furniture. So call ahead. Or if you'd like to donate to Refugees please                     email me. 

We accept donations that are in dignity condition: free of rips, stains, or excessive wear, and ready to use. Imagine giving the intended donation to a friend or neighbor – if you would be proud to share it with them, then please share it with us.

Donate books in good condition.

Books to Prisoners

Accepts donations of most new and salvaged building & landscaping materials, appliances, and tools, as well as antique and vintage housewares.  Also accepts furniture and commercial materials on a case-by-case basis.

Books to prisoners

Any items in new or great condition such as clothes, shoes, accessories and jewelry are appropriate. We cannot accept large electronics, any liquids, fragile (glass), hazardous or volatile items, or ammunition in the boxes. 

Any items in good condition. 

All articles of clothing, shoes, blankets and bedding. We also take tools, collectibles, kitchenware, toys, small appliances, electronics, musical instruments and sporting goods.

Habitat ReStore accepts new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials, household goods and more from individuals and companies. Each ReStore is unique, and many locations also accept items outside these categories.  

Donate child appropriate books.

Note: contact them before sending bulk amounts. 

Local Libraries

Check your local libraries to see if they accept book donations!

Any items in good condition such as clothing, furniture, and household items. Car donations also accepted.

Mail books to soldiers oversees.

Bonus way to reuse shipping boxes you might have!

Any items in good condition such as clothes, household items, toys, electronics, books and small furniture. Must be able to be picked up by one person. 

Items in good condition that do not require heavy lifting (except furniture).