DONATION SITES

Care to Organize believes that we are all neighbors. Whenever possible, our focus is to reuse and recycle by donating locally.

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 BICYCLE DONATION SITES

A non-profit bicycle shop that works to promote environmentally-sound transportation, recycle bicycles, and make cycling accessible in Charlottesville, VA. They accept bikes (in any condition), bike parts and accessories.

International Neighbors’ Brighter Beginnings programs are those that help families address the pragmatic issues remaining after the initial resettlement process. Our goal is to help our neighbors develop a secure and comfortable foundation in their private homes (so important to us ALL!) as they continue to rebuild their lives and successfully adapt to the challenges of a new culture.

*Also accept adult and children's clothing and working bicycles, TVs, computers, and additional key items to make a house a home, such as curtains, rugs, and key furniture items.

 BOOK DONATION SITES

Collecting books on all subjects, of all ages, for all ages, in a condition that will sell.  Also accepting records, compact discs, and sheet music.

All proceeds from the SPCA Rummage store go to support our homeless animals in need at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

Shop a wide array of unique treasures, home goods, clothing and more. Check our Facebook page for store sales and promotions and follow us on Instagram for pictures of great finds and sale items.  Visit the Seminole Square website for the store location.

What can't be reused shoud be recycled! This comprehensive list shows Charlottesville locations that accept items for recycling. From newspapers to bulky items, and EVERYTHING in between!

 CLOTHING DONATION SITES

 

Revenue generated from sales are used to assist our aging population in need of additional resources. These funds help provide affordable housing with essential care and services those residing at JABA’s Mountainside Senior Living in Crozet, Virginia. Proceeds from the Twice is Nice store are used for resident scholarships, medical equipment, furniture, and other necessary support.

*Also accept jewelry, shoes, small furniture, rugs, collectibles, men's & women's clothing, & small appliances.

International Neighbors’ Brighter Beginnings programs are those that help families address the pragmatic issues remaining after the initial resettlement process. Our goal is to help our neighbors develop a secure and comfortable foundation in their private homes (so important to us ALL!) as they continue to rebuild their lives and successfully adapt to the challenges of a new culture.

*Also accept adult and children's clothing and working bicycles, TVs, computers, and additional key items to make a house a home, such as curtains, rugs, and key furniture items.

The IRC in Charlottesville is committed to bringing their beneficiaries from harm to home. As a part of that commitment, they provide them with necessities they will need to start rebuilding their lives here. To do this, the IRC relies on donated items from community partners that are passed into the hands of our beneficiaries free of charge either through our Resettlement Shore or as part of an initial apartment setup.

Click here to see a comprehensive list of requested items.

All proceeds from the SPCA Rummage store go to support our homeless animals in need at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

Shop a wide array of unique treasures, home goods, clothing and more. Check our Facebook page for store sales and promotions and follow us on Instagram for pictures of great finds and sale items.  Visit the Seminole Square website for the store location.

The Clothing Center is a clothing ministry of the Central Virginia Baptist Association dedicated to dressing those in need. We do not deny anyone our services regardless of religion, ethnic origin, sex, or ability to pay.

*Also accepts blankets, backpacks, and toiletries.

FOOD DONATION SITES

 

At the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank is driven by their core beliefs that hunger is unacceptable; that everyone deserves access to enough food; that food sustains life and nourishes health; and that they are called to serve neighbors in need without judgment. 

Take a look at their most needed items.

 ELECTRONIC DONATION SITES

 

Open Source Recycling is a non-profit organization located in Charlottesville, VA. They provide free computer hardware and education to the community through the use of open source software. Owning a computer is a necessity in our society today, but new computers are expensive, and many people can not afford one. At the same time, thousands of perfectly good computers are discarded every day as people upgrade to newer models.

That’s where Open Source Recycling comes in. When people donate their used computer systems to us, We erase the hard drive, replace any broken components, install a new operating system, and then give the machine to someone without a computer. We feel that reuse is the best form of recycling, but if something donated to us is completely broken, we recycle it properly so that it won’t end up in a land fill, and the raw materials it is made of will be reclaimed.

International Neighbors’ Brighter Beginnings programs are those that help families address the pragmatic issues remaining after the initial resettlement process. Our goal is to help our neighbors develop a secure and comfortable foundation in their private homes (so important to us ALL!) as they continue to rebuild their lives and successfully adapt to the challenges of a new culture.

*Also accept adult and children's clothing and working bicycles, TVs, computers, and additional key items to make a house a home, such as curtains, rugs, and key furniture items.

The IRC in Charlottesville is committed to bringing their beneficiaries from harm to home. As a part of that commitment, they provide them with necessities they will need to start rebuilding their lives here. To do this, the IRC relies on donated items from community partners that are passed into the hands of our beneficiaries free of charge either through our Resettlement Shore or as part of an initial apartment setup.

Click here to see a comprehensive list of requested items.

Habitat for Humanity's mission is to bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing. The Habitat Store sells new and used
Building supplies, furniture and home décor at discount prices 


Your donations help hard-working families realize their dreams of homeownership, and help build a community where everyone can find a decent place to live. Here are the donation guidelines.

RIVANNA 

What can't be reused shoud be recycled! This comprehensive list shows Charlottesville locations that accept items for recycling. From newspapers to bulky items, and EVERYTHING in between!

All proceeds from the SPCA Rummage store go to support our homeless animals in need at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

Shop a wide array of unique treasures, home goods, clothing and more. Check our Facebook page for store sales and promotions and follow us on Instagram for pictures of great finds and sale items.  Visit the Seminole Square website for the store location.

 

 FURNITURE DONATION SITES

Revenue generated from sales are used to assist our aging population in need of additional resources. These funds help provide affordable housing with essential care and services those residing at JABA’s Mountainside Senior Living in Crozet, Virginia. Proceeds from the Twice is Nice store are used for resident scholarships, medical equipment, furniture, and other necessary support.

*Also accept jewelry, shoes, small furniture, rugs, collectibles, men's & women's clothing, & small appliances.

International Neighbors’ Brighter Beginnings programs are those that help families address the pragmatic issues remaining after the initial resettlement process. Our goal is to help our neighbors develop a secure and comfortable foundation in their private homes (so important to us ALL!) as they continue to rebuild their lives and successfully adapt to the challenges of a new culture.

*Also accept adult and children's clothing and working bicycles, TVs, computers, and additional key items to make a house a home, such as curtains, rugs, and key furniture items.

The IRC in Charlottesville is committed to bringing their beneficiaries from harm to home. As a part of that commitment, they provide them with necessities they will need to start rebuilding their lives here. To do this, the IRC relies on donated items from community partners that are passed into the hands of our beneficiaries free of charge either through our Resettlement Shore or as part of an initial apartment setup.

Click here to see a comprehensive list of requested items.

Habitat for Humanity's mission is to bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing. The Habitat Store sells new and used
Building supplies, furniture and home décor at discount prices 


Your donations help hard-working families realize their dreams of homeownership, and help build a community where everyone can find a decent place to live. Here are the donation guidelines.

All proceeds from the SPCA Rummage store go to support our homeless animals in need at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

Shop a wide array of unique treasures, home goods, clothing and more. Check our Facebook page for store sales and promotions and follow us on Instagram for pictures of great finds and sale items.  Visit the Seminole Square website for the store location.

RECYCLING SITES

 

RIVANNA 

What can't be reused shoud be recycled! This comprehensive list shows Charlottesville locations that accept items for recycling. From newspapers to bulky items, and EVERYTHING in between!

The ROSE Program collects gently or never used office supplies from departments throughout U.Va. and makes these materials available to the community. Stop by the Recycling warehouse to drop off or take whatever supplies you like!

Open Source Recycling is a non-profit organization located in Charlottesville, VA. They provide free computer hardware and education to the community through the use of open source software. Owning a computer is a necessity in our society today, but new computers are expensive, and many people can not afford one. At the same time, thousands of perfectly good computers are discarded every day as people upgrade to newer models.

That’s where Open Source Recycling comes in. When people donate their used computer systems to us, We erase the hard drive, replace any broken components, install a new operating system, and then give the machine to someone without a computer. We feel that reuse is the best form of recycling, but if something donated to us is completely broken, we recycle it properly so that it won’t end up in a land fill, and the raw materials it is made of will be reclaimed.

PET SUPPLY DONATION SITES

 

Let us not forget our furry (and feathered) friends! The animal shelter can use cleaning supplies, pet items, blankets and more. Do you have some items on their wishlist?

 HOUSEHOLD ITEM DONATION SITES

 

Revenue generated from sales are used to assist our aging population in need of additional resources. These funds help provide affordable housing with essential care and services those residing at JABA’s Mountainside Senior Living in Crozet, Virginia. Proceeds from the Twice is Nice store are used for resident scholarships, medical equipment, furniture, and other necessary support.

*Also accept jewelry, shoes, small furniture, rugs, collectibles, men's & women's clothing, & small appliances.

International Neighbors’ Brighter Beginnings programs are those that help families address the pragmatic issues remaining after the initial resettlement process. Our goal is to help our neighbors develop a secure and comfortable foundation in their private homes (so important to us ALL!) as they continue to rebuild their lives and successfully adapt to the challenges of a new culture.

*Also accept adult and children's clothing and working bicycles, TVs, computers, and additional key items to make a house a home, such as curtains, rugs, and key furniture items.

The IRC in Charlottesville is committed to bringing their beneficiaries from harm to home. As a part of that commitment, they provide them with necessities they will need to start rebuilding their lives here. To do this, the IRC relies on donated items from community partners that are passed into the hands of our beneficiaries free of charge either through our Resettlement Shore or as part of an initial apartment setup.

Click here to see a comprehensive list of requested items.

Habitat for Humanity's mission is to bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing. The Habitat Store sells new and used
Building supplies, furniture and home décor at discount prices 


Your donations help hard-working families realize their dreams of homeownership, and help build a community where everyone can find a decent place to live. Here are the donation guidelines.

All proceeds from the SPCA Rummage store go to support our homeless animals in need at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

Shop a wide array of unique treasures, home goods, clothing and more. Check our Facebook page for store sales and promotions and follow us on Instagram for pictures of great finds and sale items.  Visit the Seminole Square website for the store location.

OFFICE SUPPLY DONATION SITES

 

The ROSE Program collects gently or never used office supplies from departments throughout U.Va. and makes these materials available to the community. Stop by the Recycling warehouse to drop off or take whatever supplies you like!

RIVANNA 

What can't be reused shoud be recycled! This comprehensive list shows Charlottesville locations that accept items for recycling. From newspapers to bulky items, and EVERYTHING in between!

BUILDING & GARDENING DONATION SITES

 

Habitat for Humanity's mission is to bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing. The Habitat Store sells new and used
Building supplies, furniture and home décor at discount prices 


Your donations help hard-working families realize their dreams of homeownership, and help build a community where everyone can find a decent place to live. Here are the donation guidelines.

The IRC in Charlottesville is committed to bringing their beneficiaries from harm to home. As a part of that commitment, they provide them with necessities they will need to start rebuilding their lives here. To do this, the IRC relies on donated items from community partners that are passed into the hands of our beneficiaries free of charge either through our Resettlement Shore or as part of an initial apartment setup.

Click here to see a comprehensive list of requested items.

MEDICAL SUPPLY DONATION SITES

 

Recycled Blessings is a program collects, recycles, organizes, and distributes donated, used medical equipment. They refurbish the equipment and through their network, find someone in need of that exact item. With the help of local churches, senior organizations, social workers, as well as neighbors and friends, we are able to take items that once blessed you or your loved one with safety and well being and pass along that blessing to someone else in need.

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