Donation Pick-Up

Help Us Help Others

Our Family Thrift Stores need donations of:truck_clear_background

  • furniture
  • clothing
  • tools
  • appliances
  • household items
  • books

Items we aren't able to accept.

To schedule a pick-up, please call us at 239-337-0955.

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We also need donations of cars, vans and boats.

 

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We do not accept the following items

  • Building materials
  • Office equipment or office furniture (computer desks, office desks, printers, scanners, copiers)
  • Mattresses, Box Springs, Platform Beds, and Waterbeds
  • Auto parts
  • Furniture with stains, rips, tears, broken or missing pieces.
  • Newspapers, Readers Digest, Encyclopedias, Magazines
  • Pianos or Organs
  • Carpeting and floor tiles
  • TVs
  • Entertainment centers
  • Basketball hoops
  • Computers or computer monitors
  • Built-in Appliances (no dishwashers)
  • Items that are wet, mildewed, or rusty
  • Hospital beds or equipment
  • Chemicals, aerosol, paint, and propane tanks

  

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 About Us

90¢ of every dollar raised by the Lee, Hendry, Glades Counties Command is used to sustain life-changing programs that bring hope to hurting souls.

The Salvation Army assists more than 33 million individuals throughout the year in the United States – over 6 million of those during the holiday season alone.


What Others Are Saying

Executive Compensation - what do top officials make at charities?
Scroll through the list researched by The Chronicle of Philanthropy and find The Salvation Army. This list confirms that your donations to The Salvation Army go to programs and services, not to bloated executive salaries.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
November 16, 2013

"One of the top 10 charities that shine...one that gives supporters more bang for their buck."
Forbes Magazine,
December 2003

The Salvation Army is “America’s favorite and most trusted charity” according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy

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