Organizations Seeking Donations
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK CLOTHING BIN
Located in the parking lot of our church at 431 Fifth Avenue, River Edge.
Your unwanted clothing and shoes provide valuation assets for continued help to distressed individuals and families. The funds collected as a result of your donations combined with monies from other participating parishes throughout the Archdiocese alleviate the sufferings of the needy who seek relief through the many operations of Catholic Charities. The shelters at St. Lucy’s in Jersey City and St. Bridget’s in Newark provide food, accommodations and overall care for the homeless throughout the year.
Please note that in addition to all forms of used clothing we also welcome small appliances, shoes, linens, sheets, towels, stuffed animals and books (no reference books).
BERGEN COUNTY HOUSING, HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES CENTER
Men & Women, 18 years & Older
120 South River Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601 ● Phone: 201.336.6475
GREATER BERGEN COMMUNITY ACTION: 201-968-0200
Monetary donations accepted any time. Donations of NEW, unwrapped toys for children of Bergen County’s neediest families are gratefully accepted late November through December. New winter clothing (hats, gloves, socks, etc.) and toiletries for teenagers are also needed.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BERGEN COUNTY
Our mission is to provide decent, affordable homes for hardworking Bergen County families. To volunteer call 201-457-1020 or visit our website: https://www.habitatbergen.org/. Do you have a car, truck, motorcycle, motor home or boat on a trailer taking up valuable space in your driveway? If so donate your vehicle to our affiliate through Cars for Homes http://www.habitat.org/carsforhomes.
YWCA of BERGEN COUNTY:
Items are needed throughout the year for our various programs, sites and special events. For details call Helen Archontou at 201-881-1701 or email email@example.com.
WOMAN’S RIGHTS INFORMATION CENTER: 201-568-1166
Needs business clothes for women going back to work. Clothing donations are being accepted by WRIC volunteers at Past & Present Consignment Shop, 253 Closter Dock Road, Closter, New Jersey. Please call ahead for drop off hours – 201-784-7441
BIRTH RIGHT: 201-845-4646
Monetary donations, as well as gifts of maternity and baby clothes, are gratefully accepted at all Birthright chapters. Local chapter: 19 Pleasant Ave, Maywood.
PASSAIC TEEN CENTER: 973-473-5755
Group home for displaced boys ages 11-17. Needs underwear, socks, sweatshirts, sweatpants, pillows, sheets, hygiene supplies and batteries. 228 Hope Avenue, Passaic.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES (ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK): (973) 596-3984
Gifts of furniture, clothing, or household items: Catholic Charities is currently accepting in-kind gifts of needed items, in new or good condition only. These include the following:
- Household furniture
Help us reduce the time and costs involved in the in-kind process by contacting us in advance of your donation. Please contact us at (973) 596-3984 detailing the item(s) you wish to donate. We have very limited space available for in-kind gift storage, and want to make sure we can put your donation to immediate and effective use.
THAT’S MY SCHOOL: 201-599-2920
Preschool day care, needs toys in good condition. Congregational Church, Continental Avenue, River Edge.
CHRISTIAN HOMES: 201-342-4235
Accepts like-new children’s and adult clothing and coats for community members in need. Also has a small food pantry. 275 State Street, Hackensack.
Donations help support the mission of Goodwill. Your goodwill does not stop there, donations keep unwanted goods out of landfills. For information on donating goods to Goodwill, please visit their website: http://www.goodwillnynj.org/donate-goods
(Store & Attended Donation Center)
809 State Route 17
Paramus, NJ 07652
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
VIETNAM VETERANS: 800-775-8387
Accepts for sale to private companies clothes, shoes, bedding, housewares, jewelry, toys, small furniture and tools. Call for a pick up, or for a list of acceptable items and to schedule a pickup online: http://www.scheduleapickup.com/Acceptable-Donations
COMMUNITY THRIFT SHOP: 201-652-7661
85 Godwin Avenue, Midland Park
Any saleable adult and children’s clothes, small furniture. Has a list of charitable organizations proceeds go to. You can designate which organization will receive the funds generated by the sales of your donated items.
Donations may be made only on Mondays and the first Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The Community Thrift Shop is store no. 85 in the lower level of the Midland Park Shopping at Godwin Ave. and Goffle Rd.
DR. DANIEL MARGOLIN: 201-261-9445
Started the Shoes for the Needy program, which runs September through March. Collects new or slightly used shoes at his office to donate to the needy. 550 Kinderkamack Rd, Suite 202, Oradell.
HOPELINE PHONE RECYCLING PROGRAM:
Verizon Wireless communications stores recycled or sell old wireless phones and donates all money to domestic violence organizations and provides free voicemail boxes to victims residing in shelters. www.verizonwireless.com/hopeline