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Where to Donate in the Sacramento Region

Donation facilities have been overwhelmed with donations recently and some have had to change their policies. We recommend that you call ahead of time to find out if they are currently accepting donations and what they are accepting. *If we are missing a donation location, please message us, so we can add them to our list!

ReNew Boutique- 1725 Santa Clara Dr. Roseville (916) 782-5777. Accept donations M-Sat from 9:30am-2pm. Furniture accepted upon email approval. All proceeds support Acres of Hope which supports women and children in need.

WeaveWorks- 2401 Arden Way (916) 643-4606 . Accept women's clothing donations MWF from 10:30am-1:30pm. Not Accepting Currently. They support survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking.

Deseret Industries- 3000 Auburn Blvd. (916) 482-1480. Accept clothing and household items Mon.-Sat. from 9am-4pm. See complete list here. They provide humanitarian assistance worldwide and fund training of thousands of individuals.

Assistance League of Sacramento- 2751 Fulton Ave. (916) 488-0828. Accept clothing and household items (no children's items) M-F from 11am-1pm. See complete list here. They transform the lives of children and adults through community programs.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul- 2275 Watt Ave. (916) 972-1212. Accept clothing and household items 7 days a week from 10am-4pm. See complete list here. For donation curbside pick-ups, email the store with pictures. They help those in need and provide employment and job skills training and community service opportunities.

American Cancer Society Discovery Shops- 404 Blue Ravine Rd. #500 Folsom (916) 817-8910, 2708 Marconi Ave. Sacramento (916) 484-0227, 1813 Douglas Blvd. Suite B-5 Roseville (916) 786-7773. Auburn and Elk Grove locations also. Must call Mon.-Sat. to make a drop-off appt. They help support the fight against cancer.

Dress For Success- (916) 243-1282. Accept women's work clothes (less than 5 years old), shoes, purses, accessories, and unopened make-up. Donate by appt. only by emailing here. They empower women to achieve economic independence.

Union Gospel Mission- 400 Bannon St. (916) 447-3268. Accept men's, women's, and children's clothing and computers and laptops. Open 7 days a week from 8am-8pm. They serve the urban poor through a Christ-centered environment.

Sacramento Loaves & Fishes- 1351 North C St. (916) 446-0874. Accept men's, women's and kid's clothing. See details here. Mon.-Fri. from 7am-2:45pm. They are the largest homeless service provider in Sacramento operating only through donations and not government funds.

Furniture For Families- (916) 635-0664. Accept furniture and household items. See details here. They can pick up from only El Dorado Hills, Folsom, and Rancho Cordova on Thursday mornings. They provide families with furniture and household items.

Habitat For Humanity- 8292 Industrial Ave. Roseville (916) 797-8673, 819 N. 10th St. Sacramento (916) 440-1215. Accept appliances, furniture, building materials, and more. Complete list here. Tues-Sat. 10am-3pm by appt. only. They increase the number of homes built for low-income families and divert usable items from the landfills.

Goodwill Industries. 21 stores and 8 Donation Xpress locations in Sacramento. Click here to find a donation location. 7 days a week from 9am-7pm. They are the leading workforce provider of job training and placement services in North America.

Vietnam Veterans of America- 1 (866) 241-8387. Acceptable items here. Call to schedule a pick-up or schedule on-line. They help veterans, communities, and those serving in harm's way.

Salvation Army- 10309 Folsom Blvd. Rancho Cordova (916) 362-6296. Call to get up-to-date information. They serve the most vulnerable members in the community.

Snowline Hospice- 616 E. Bidwell St. Folsom (916) 984-5853. Placerville and Cameron Park locations also. Accept clothing, furniture, and household items. List of unacceptable items here. Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm. They support patients who are experiencing chronic, serious illness, those near the end-of-life, and loved-ones experiencing grief.

Mattress Donation/Mattress Recycling.- Americans dispose of more than 50,000 mattresses a day with the majority of them ending up in landfills. For a guide on how to donate and recycle your mattress, visit

Ways to Get Rid of Clothing- Great resource! Selling, Donating, and Recycling Old Clothing.

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