Spring Cleaning? Don’t Despair, Donate!
Spring is in the air! Those of us at PFP know that Spring is on the way when the weather starts to warm, buds sprout on the trees and our real estate transaction calendar grows. That also means many of our clients who are selling their homes begin to look for places to donate excess clothing or furniture. Whether you’re selling your home or engaged in good old-fashioned Spring cleaning and you’re not sure what to do with your unwanted but perfectly usable goods, we have some suggestions.
Here’s a list of charities in the Union County NJ area that accept donated goods:
Provides “everything that makes a house a home” to persons who were recently homeless.
Items accepted: furniture, linens and bedding, curtains, lamps, mirrors, pictures, rugs with bound edges, toys, dolls, games, small appliances, kitchen items, clothes and shoes.
Drop off only – Sundays at 24 Commerce St, Springfield Twp, NJ 07081. If you are not located in Union County, please check this website for information on similar organizations near you.
Pluckemin Medical Mission of the Pluckemin Presbyterian Church
Provides medical equipment to those in need.
Items accepted: hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, lifts, commodes, shower seats, bed rails, etc.
Drop-offs only at the church or as directed. Church is located at 279 US 202-206, Pluckemin, NJ 07978. Please call (908) 396-6057 for specific guidance on donations and drop-off hours.
Items accepted: vehicles (special arrangement required), flat screen TVs, clothing, shoes and boots, accessories, books, records, CDs, DVDs, games, toys (no stuffed animals), sports equipment, kitchen and housewares, small appliances, collectibles and décor, linens and bedding, hand tools and small power tools, consumer electronics (stereos, radios, VCRs, DVD players), some furniture, some computers and office equipment.
Drop off at 126 Route 22 West in Springfield NJ 07081 and other locations in Paramus NJ, Fairfield NJ, Pompton Plains NJ and Nanuet NY. Call (908) 912-0156 to inquire about pick-ups.