Spring Cleaning: Donation Tips March 20, 2022 Email Have a couch, an old fan, and a bedroom door in great condition that you no longer need? No worries — there are many options for donating these items! Examples of items you can donate include, but are not limited to, working appliances such as microwaves and TVs, clothing, furniture such as beds, sofas, and chairs, household items such as cookware and dishware, bedding, and towels, and miscellaneous items such as sports equipment, books, roller blades, and luggage. For in-person places to take your items, see below — some even offer pick-up options. Your donation can even be tax-deductible, so ask if you are able to get a donation receipt. Donation Centers in 95202 to 95204: American Cancer Society Discovery Shop 207 E. Alpine Avenue, Stockton, CA 95204 | (209) 941‐2737 Map & Directions Shelter Thrift and Donation Center 1242 W. Fremont Street, Stockton, CA 95203 | (209) 462-1600 Map & Directions Donation Centers in 95205: Goodwill Store 66 S. Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 | (209) 466-3252 Map & Directions Salvation Army 1247 S. Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 | (209) 466‐3871 Map & Directions Superior Thrift Store 1135 N. Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 | (209) 942-0332 Map & Directions Donation Centers in 95207: Delta Humane Society Thrift & Gift Boutique 6830 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95207 | (209) 952‐2023 Map & Directions Goodwill Store 943 W. March Lane, Stockton, CA 95207 | (209) 476-8290 Map & Directions Shelter Thrift and Donation Center 7540 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95207 | (209) 951-1822 Map & Directions The Hope Chest 6112 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95207 | (209) 507‐7777 Map & Directions Donation Centers in 95210 to 95215: Big Valley Thrift 8027 West Lane, Stockton, CA 95210 | (209) 473-3171 Map & Directions Habitat for Humanity of San Joaquin County ReStore 4933 West Lane, Stockton, CA 95210 | (209) 465-5054 Map & Directions Don’t live close to a physical donation center, or want to broaden your donation reach? Try listing it online! Freecycle Freecycle.org is a grassroots website where you can sign up based on where you live. To list items you want to donate and see what those in your community are giving away, sign up here. Buy Nothing Project Buy Nothing is an app that allows you to post items you’d like to give away, or even lend and share with your neighbors. The group is based on reducing consumerism and finding ways to give back to your local community. Find out more here. NextDoor NextDoor is a neighborhood app where you can sign up to keep updated on the happenings in your neighborhood and post items for neighbors and those in nearby neighborhoods. Sign up here. Craigslist Craigslist is another location-based website where you can list items based on category, such as bikes, furniture, or gardening supplies. Check it out here. With all these options available to you, you should be covered for whatever you wish to donate — and not only make someone else’s day, but give your item a second life!