Use It Again Database
Organizations (from all of our categories) that provide at-home pickup service
A Wider Circle is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating change from the inside out. Their programs address the inner and outer needs of adults and children challenged by homelessness, poverty, substance abuse, and other health and social issues.
Accepts donations of mens' and womens' professional clothing and accessories. See clothing and accessory donation guidelines.
AMVETS Department of Washington, D.C. donates thousands of dollars and volunteer hours to a variety of programs, including the D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center and its voluntary service program; college ROTC programs within the metropolitan area and Junior ROTC programs at Washington, D.C. high schools; and Greenleaf Senior Citizen Center in southwest D.C. Their volunteer activities are supported through numerous efforts, including donations made to AMVETS Thrift Stores in the greater metropolitan area.
Telephone: 202-636-4225; Vehicle Donations: 202-715-2636
Goodwill of Greater Washington accepts gently used clothing, furniture, housewares, working electronics and many other items, then resells them to help fund its employment, job training and placement services for people with disabilities and disadvantages. See details about accepted items.
Goodwill will accept any car in any condition. Vehicle donation details: www.gwcars.org/
The Habitat ReStore is a retail outlet specializing in quality new or used building materials, home appliances and furniture, all sold to the general public at deeply discounted prices.
Your tax-deductible donations of appliances (less than 5 years old, please), building materials, and furniture in usable condition are accepted. See full donation guidelines and drop-off hours
The ReStore provides at-home pickup -- including from apartments and condominiums -- if your donation qualifies for this service. Please call the store to make arrangements.
Habitat's Cars for Homes™ vehicle donation program accepts used cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, construction equipment or other vehicles - running or not! See full vehicle and equipment donation instructions
The proceeds from the sale of these items is used to further the projects of Habitat for Humanity in Montgomery County, MD.
16801 Crabbs Branch Way
Rockville, MD 20855
Furniture consignment. Pickup and delivery arrangements available for large furniture pieces.
8700 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Services include housing and furniture assistance for newly arrived refugees and we are in constant need of donated furniture. Furniture pickup is available.
Donors may request a tax receipt.
Needed items include cleaning supplies, business suits and shoes, baby items, household furniture for studio and one-bedroom apartments, kitchen items, linens, household items, and toiletries.
Detailed donation needs are on the Lutheran Social Services website.
The shop accepts donations of clothing, collectibles, accessories, furniture and household furnishings (in good condition only, please.) Sales benefit NAMI Montgomery County, MD, which supports families and friends of people with mental illness.
Pick-up and delivery services are available for furniture items only.
6301 Greentree Rd
Bethesda, MD 20817
Telephone: 301-365-2190 or 301-365-4480
New and gently used in-kind donations can be dropped off at the Bethesda campus, 6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817, on weekdays between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm only. Limited pickup service is provided. Please refer to the Donations Policy for a complete list of materials accepted, including requirements for furniture donations.
3716 Howard Ave
Kensington, MD 20895
The Prevention of Blindness Society's sight-saving programs are supported through the operation of its resale and antique shops.
- Check the list of accepted items before donating.
- For pickup of large items, call 202-234-1010.
For specific instructions, visit the Purple Heart's How to Donate Clothing & Household Items page.
Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation is committed to providing a variety of disabled veteran services, programs and resources to help combat wounded and disabled veterans and their families.
Most household items, clothing, furniture, etc. donated to Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs) is sold in thrift stores to raise funds for the program. Limited home-pickup service available; call to verify current pickup area boundaries.
Mission: To provide used furniture in good condition to families in need
To donate items
Please check www.strosefurniture.com for an updated list of:
- furniture accepted (focused on beds, sofas, and dining room tables and chairs)
- items not accepted due to size / weight and limited storage space
- ZIP codes in which donation pickup is available
Items must be in clean and usable condition.
To receive itemsPlease contact the St. Rose Furniture Ministry at Clients@StRoseFurniture.com or 301-482-2947 (select option 2). Furniture distribution to families in need is only "by appointment" -- no walk-ins.
Getting Them Sober is a 501(c)3 charitable nonprofit organization providing information and support to families dealing with a member's addiction to alcohol. They accept furniture and other unwanted or no-longer-needed items. No broken items, please. Past donations have even included old medical instruments, old Broadway playbills, and collectibles from college days. Receipts are provided for the full fair market value of your items for your tax deduction.
At-home Furniture Pick-up
At-home furniture pickup is offered if the donation includes at least one roomful of donated items. That can be any mix of furniture, kitchen items, linens, dishes, etc., which is unbroken and in good condition. To arrange a pick-up, please contact Toby at email@example.com or 410-243-8352 and leave a message.
The Upscale Resale Thrift Shop, a business project of Jobs Unlimited, accepts donated merchandise of clothing, furniture, housewares, books, and collectibles to be sold at the Shop. Merchandise donations are accepted during store hours only, and scheduled pick-ups are available for large items. (Donations should be in reasonably good condition for resale purposes.) Please call the Shop for details 301-738-7723.
The Shop benefits persons with mental illness.