Where to Donate

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Winston’s Grille donated all their food to Interfaith Food Shuttle.

 

WEB EXCLUSIVE: If you’ve been spending your free time in quarantine cleaning out the rooms in your home and are left with items you no longer want or need, consider taking them to local donation centers that are still open and accepting donations. Many centers are also looking for immediate donations of water, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer and more. Pick up an extra gallon of water or pack of toilet paper to donate the next time you run in to the grocery store.

Raleigh Rescue Mission
raleighrescue.org/ways-to-give/store-and-donation-center

DROP-OFF
4700 Capital Boulevard
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ACCEPTS
Clothing
Baby items
Personal items (i.e. jewelry, eyeglasses, sunglasses)Household items (i.e. new mattresses and bedding, picture frames, mirrors)
New toys
Bicycles
Household appliances (10 years old or newer in good working condition)
Electronic equipment (in working condition)
Furniture
Books
For a full list visit: raleighrescue.org/ways-to-give/store-and-donation-center/accepted-donations

The Salvation Army of Wake County
salvationarmycarolinas.org/wakecounty/family-store/shop

DROP-OFF
Center of Hope – 1863 Capital Boulevard

IMMEDIATE NEEDS
Cleaning supplies
Toilet paper
Masks
Gloves
Non-perishable items
Or, donate online via TSA Wake County’s Amazon wish list at amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/WJUOSF7JMAHR

ReStore
wakerestore.org/donate

DROP-OFF
2420 N. Raleigh Boulevard
Tuesday-Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

ACCEPTS
Appliances (10 years old or newer in working conditions)
Electronics (in working condition)
Furniture
Tools
Mattresses
Schedule a pick-up for heavier items you are unable to take to the store yourself by calling 919-744-2420. Pick up donations MUST be placed outside homes.

The Women’s Center
wcwc.org/donate-supplies

DROP-OFF
112 Cox Avenue
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

IMMEDIATE NEEDS
Hand sanitizer
Lysol spray disinfectant and wipes
Cleaning supplies
Toilet paper
Undergarments
Drinks (including bottled water, juice, Gatorade)
Food items (including individually wrapped snack items)
Reading glasses
Rain gear
Donate online at amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/DH6MVI8PQRMU

Goodwill
gienc.org

DROP-OFF
4801 Grove Barton Road; 1677 North Market Drive; 9005 Baileywick Road; 4401 New Hope Road; 7941 Skyland Ridge Parkway; 11031 Wakefield Commons Drive
Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

ACCEPTS
Clothing
Small appliances
Household items
Furniture
Home pickup is currently unavailable.

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