Find a New York Charity That Will Pick Up Your Clothing Donations & Other Household Items Donations

New York donation pickup.As you may know, many charities are unable to easily send their trucks into New York City’s busy streets to pick up your donations. Not to worry, Donation Town has finally found the best charity who provides donation pick up services in New York City – Pick Up Please! This Vietnam Veterans of America donation pick up service gladly accepts your donations in New York City.

Check out to find out more about their new donation pickup program and how you can donate items in New York City!

Live in other parts of the state? Donation Town can help you schedule a donation pick up in Western New York and the Buffalo area with New Paths Redistribution Center, St. Vincent de Paul, or the Volunteers of America. Simply visit our directory of charities today!

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Ready to make a donation to charity? Check out our directory of charities that offer donation pickup service. Here’s how

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New York State Information

Named by and after the Duke of York in the 17th century, New York was first inhabited by the Iroquois, Algonquin and Lenape Native Americans. In 1609, the Dutchman Henry Hudson claimed the land for the Netherlands, and the British took control of the colony in 1664. New York was one of the Thirteen Colonies, and in 1776, after the Revolutionary War, it became an independent state. Only twelve years later, New York became the 11th state in the United States when it ratified the US Constitution.

New York is divided into 11 regions and 62 counties, including Westchester County, Rockland County, and in Upstate New York, Clinton, Essex, Franklin and St. Lawrence Counties. New York’s four largest cities are New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, and Yonkers. New York City alone is composed of five separate counties, which include Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.

New York is practically synonymous with New York City, which has not only the largest population of any city in the United States, but is also one of its most popular tourist destinations. New York City is probably best known for Wall Street, Central Park, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, high fashion and culture, and the Twin Towers that fell on September 11, 2001. But there’s so much more to New York than New York City. Because of its role in early US history, it is covered with historical landmarks. Also, most of New York is covered with trees, mountains, lakes, rivers and farms. Adirondack Park is the largest state park in the entire United States, and Hither Hills Park is a popular destination for fishing and camping. Niagara Falls draws people from all over the world.

From Chautauqua County in the west to Clinton County in the North and down to Rockland and Suffolk County in the south, New York is home to a plethora of wonderful charities. Vietnam Veterans of America, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Volunteers of America are only a handful of them. All of these charities are accepting donations, so schedule your New York donation pickup today.

Donate Almost Anything

Most of the charities in the New York Donation Town directory will come and pick up the following donations:

  • Donate clothes in New YorkClothing Donations in New York
  • Furniture Donations in New York
  • Donate Shoes in New York
  • Donate Toys in New York
  • Donate Books in New York
  • Household items Donations in New York
  • …and Much More!

Please visit the Acceptable Donations section of our website for more information or use our Donation Pick Up Charity Directory to contact a charity directly.

Where Can I Donate Clothes, Furniture, Books and Other Household Goods in New York?

Charities in our directory accept your clothing donations and other household goods donations from the following New York counties and cities:

The Bronx, Brooklyn, Broome County, Erie County, Manhattan, Monroe County, Queens, Staten Island

Albany, Amhert, Amsterdam, Astoria, Auburn, Babylon, Baldwin, Batavia, Bayside, Bayshore, Beacon, Belle Harbour, Bellerose, Bedford, Binghamton, Bloomingdale, Brentwood, Brewster, Briarwood, Brooklyn, Bronx, Buffalo, Canandaigua, Carmel, Catskills, Cedarhurst, Central Islip, Chestnut Ridge, Cohoes, College Point, Commack, Corona, Corning, Cortland, Croton, Dunkirk, Elmira, East Meadow, Eastchester, Elmhurst, Elmont, Fallsburg, Far Rockaway, Farmingdale, Floral Park, Flushing, Forest Hills, Freeport, Fresh Meadows, Fulton, Geneva, Glen Cove, Glendale, Glens Falls, Great Neck, Gloversville, Harrison, Hempstead, Hicksville, Highland, Hollis, Holtsville, Hornell, Hudson, Huntington, Irvington, Iselin, Ithaca, Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Jamestown, Johnstown, Kew Gardens, Kingston, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lawrence, Levittown, Lindenhurst, Little Falls, Little Neck, Lockport, Long Beach, Long Island, Lynbrook, Mahopac, Mamaroneck, Manhatten, Maspeth, Mechanicville, Middletown, Monroe, Monsey, Mount Vernon, Nanuet, New Rochelle, New York City, New York , Mohegan Lake, Newburgh, Niagara Falls , North Tonawanda, Norwich, Oceanside, Ogdensburg , Olean, Oneida, Ossining, Oneonta, Oswego, Ozone Park, Pearl River, Peekskill, Plattsburgh, Port Jervis, Poughkeepsie, Putnam Village, Queens, Ramsey, Rego Park, Rensselaer, Richmond Hills, Ridgewood, Riverdale, Rochester, Rome, Rye, Ryebrook, Salamanca, Saratoga Springs, Scarsdale, Schenectady, Seaford, Sherrill, Smithtown, Spring Valley, Staten Island, Suffern, Sunnyside, Syracuse, Tarrytown, Tawling, Tonawanda, Troy, Uniondale, Utica, Valley Stream, Walden, Wantagh, Watertown, Watervliet, Whitestone, White Plains, Woodhaven, Woodmere, Woodside, Yonkers

Please enter your zip code on our Charity Directory webpage to find charities in your area that will pick up your donations.