Where can I DONATE?

The list below is our best effort to find local opportunities to give your discards a second life. Please note:

  1. We implore you to contact all of the organizations listed below (contact information on their websites, hotlinked below) before taking your donations to confirm they will accept your items. Some items are only accepted seasonally or as space allows. To avoid frustration and any chance of wasted time and miles, please call or email before making your visit. Also note that COVID restrictions may be in place.
  2. We have a MUCH more detailed list available in spreadsheet form that includes city locations, street addresses, emails, phone numbers (all stuff you can find on their individual websites, of course) but if you would like a one-stop shop for this information, please email us at TowardZeroWasteNewburyport@outlook.com with Donation List in the subject line to receive the detailed list.
  3. If you know of another organization or have additional/newer information on any of the organizations below, please let us know so we can keep up to date!
Name Types of goods
Belleville Church Thrift clothing in good condition, small furniture
Community Service Newburyport (email) clothing, food, toiletries/personal care items
Helpsy textile bin at both the Newburyport Recycling Center & Yard Waste Facility clothing/cloth* in any condition (except wet or mildewed), belts, shoes, stuffed animals

*including all fabrics/textiles such as bedding, curtains, cloth table cloths and napkins, towels, and the fabric parts of strollers, umbrellas, backpacks and child car seats, etc.

FRS Unitarian Universalist Spring and Fall Rummage Sale
(event)
clothing and accessories only
FRS Unitarian Universalist Mid-summer Book Sale
(event)
books in decent condition, specialty magazines, sheet music
Friends of the Library Great Old Book Sale
(event)
gently used books, periodicals, audio materials, videos
Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation clothing, housewares, shoes, toys and books
Epilepsy Foundation clothing, small appliances, furniture, cars
Goodwill all common household needs
Leeward Light Thrift Store clothes, shoes, accessories, entertainment mediums, audio equipment, electronics, games, sporting goods, art, kitchen goods, small appliances, furniture, tools, linens
Community Action Inc clothing, food, toiletries
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Merrimack Valley –  Lawrence & Peabody building materials, appliances, furniture and home improvement items
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Southeast NH – Portsmouth building materials, appliances, furniture and home improvement items
Boston Building Resources building materials, appliances, furniture and home improvement items
Saint Vincent De Paul clothing and furniture
Community Giving Tree things for children – annual toy drive in October
Ruth’s House clothing
Lazarus House Ministries adult clothing, furniture
Project Home Again household goods
The Wish Project clothing, bedding, furniture, mattresses
Household Goods Recycling of MA gently used household items including mattresses and furniture
Mission of Deeds furniture
Fresh Start Furniture Bank furniture, kitchen items, linens, lamps, mirrors, art, ironing boards, jewelry
“Second Glance” – thrift store support The Open Door food pantry in Gloucester clothes, household items, linens, books, games, videos, DVDs, CDs, furniture, small appliances, and electronics
Beverly Bootstraps seasonal clothing, accessories, jewelry, decor, household, furniture, rugs, tools, musical instruments, garden items, seasonal items, craft and art supplies, fabric, linens, window treatments
Savers clothing, accessories, household items
Merrimack River Feline Rescue towels, cat food and litter