Where to Donate in Morris County
If you're in Spring cleaning mode and have no idea what to do with all that "stuff," here's a list of some great local places that will happily take those goodies off your hands. (Updated 2022)
As a real estate agent I’m always telling clients to de-clutter and get rid of things they no longer use or need when they are thinking about selling their home. The reality is, we all probably have ‘stuff’ piling up in our homes we no longer use or need. I always see moms and dads posting online asking for places to donate used toys and furniture, clothes and home goods and odds and ends.
There are so many great resources right here in Morris County. There are also many individuals who’ve fallen on hard times who are ready, willing and excited about taking the things you no longer need or want off your hands. So as Spring fast approaches and some of you may be doing some spring cleaning, rather than throwing items in the trash - check out the list below for some great options of organizations willing to take some goodies off your hands. Some organizations will even pick up large amounts of items or bulky furniture from your home. Just think about how special you can make someone feel! Doesn’t it feel good knowing you’re helping someone else too?
Habitat for Humanity Restore in Randolph
274 S Salem St
Furniture, home goods etc. can be dropped off here or you can call to see if your items can be picked up.
Market Street Mission in Morristown
They accept so many different items. Just call and you can get a detailed list of what they will accept and locations to drop off.
The Salvation Thrift Store & Donation Center in Dover
24 Bassett Highway
Good Will Store & Donation Center in Rockaway
226 Highway 46, Rockaway, NJ 07866
Big Brothers Big Sisters Donation Center in Denville
307 Route 46 East
Denville, NJ 07834
Jersey Battered Women's Services
100 North Road in Chester, NJ (used clothing drop box location)
973-267-7520 Ext. 144
On their site they have Contributions Wish List which lists all of the items needed for families.
Madison Community House
25 Cook Avenue (lower level)
Clothing donations by appointment only; they have a specific list on their website of clothing donations they are always looking for.
They will come to your home and pick up just about anything in good working condition.
If you think I missed a good one in the area please let me know so I can add it to the list. These are not places to sell your items, but places to simply donate.