Raleigh Rescue Mission Store and Donation Center

From Junk to Joy

In Buzz, July/August 2019 by Rachyl JonesLeave a Comment

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You know the deal: you’ve gone through all your clothes, kids’ toys and furniture and you’re left with bags and bags of stuff you no longer want. You could just throw it all away but the better option, of course, is to donate it. Despite the recent closing of the Goodwill on Hargett Street, there are still plenty of other local donation centers that would be happy to take your unwanted stuff.

InterAct – provides services to domestic violence and sexual abuse survivors  

Items accepted at Pass It On Thrift Store

1012 Oberlin Road

Accepts women’s and children’s clothes, toiletries and household items 


GCF Donation Center and Store – strives to give people a better life by providing affordable used items 

Multiple locations including 4801 Grove Barton Road, 1677 North Market Drive, 4401 New Hope Road and 9005 Baileywick Road

Accepts all clothing and household items


Raleigh Rescue Mission Store and Donation Center – dedicated to helping the homeless in the community 

4700 Capital Boulevard

Accepts all clothing, furniture, toys, and large appliances

Will pick up large items and large quantities on the first floor of a home 


Note in the Pocket – provides clothing to impoverished children and adults with a loving note attached 

5100 Lacy Avenue

Accepts all clothing and shoes in good condition


The Salvation Army – provides services and opportunities to those in need 

Multiple locations including 902 Wake Forest Road, 1863 Capital Boulevard, 205 Tryon Road

Accepts clothing, household items and large appliances 

Will pick up items but you must schedule 2-3 weeks in advance 


North Raleigh Ministries – provides individuals and families with food, shelter and other assistance 

9650 Strickland Road, Suite 161

Accepts clothing, jewelry, and houseware 


Helping Hands Mission – assists families in need with food, clothing, furniture and shelter 

623 Rock Quarry Road or by donation pick-up service (call to schedule)

Accepts clothing, large furniture and appliances and toys 

Will pick up items if you call  


The Green Chair Project – works to provide those in need with the comforts of home 

1853 Capital Boulevard

Accepts bedroom furniture, bathroom items, housekeeping items, decorations and small appliances  

Will pick up furnishings in good condition on the first floor of the home 


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