No one has ever become poor from giving.

Choosing to donate your extra stuff to charity is a laudable decision. If you have items you’re wavering over donating (the blender you barely use, for instance), now’s the perfect time to do it.

If you’re having a hard time deciding where to donate in Seattle, we thought you ought to consider these three organizations to put your clutter to good use.

 

Value Village

Value Village, a Savers brand, is a for-profit, global thrift retailer offering great quality, gently used clothing, accessories and household goods. We have partnered with Value Village to make donating easy for you for those things you don’t want to put in storage.

This is how it works: during a scheduled pickup or delivery, Wayforth will pick up donation items and transport them to Value Village. This service is free and does not need to be scheduled, just ask your driver.

 

Seattle Goodwill

If you want to give a new life to a large variety of items, but don’t want to do a big sort or worry about condition too much, Seattle Goodwill is your answer. They accept almost everything (just no mattresses, large home appliances or hazardous items) and have locations all over the city!

What used items to donate: Pretty much everything! Toys, clothes, furniture, books, art supplies, electronics and exercise equipment. No food items, mattresses or major appliances.

 

Living Green Technology

Living Green Technology is a Seattle-based electronics recycling company who aim to spread awareness of the hazards of electronic waste and provide an Eco-friendly way to get rid of your unused electronics.

Living Green Technology offers FREE pick-ups to businesses and residences in Seattle and surrounding areas. To ship your recyclables, simply fill out the form on their website and they will email a pre-paid shipping label. Once the shipping label is received, you can send your electronic recyclables.

where to donate in Seattle

We think we can all agree that we probably have too much of something or items that serve no real purpose in our homes, whether it’s clothes, DVDs we never watch, unused kitchen gear, the list goes on. Donating your old stuff can serve as a great source of inspiration, as we clear the clutter from our homes!