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Taxonomy Code: TI-1800.3000

Programs that accept new or secondhand furniture, appliances, kitchenware, linens, cleaning supplies and other consumer products for use in the household, refurbish them if necessary, and keep them for use in their own programs, donate them to other community-based organizations for distribution to the people they serve, or sell them to raise money for agency programs.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Abuse/Violence Support ServicesProvides a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, supportive counseling, advocacy, crime victim assistance, support groups, community education and outreach. The project can provide services to men who are victims but is not able to accommodate them in the safe dwelling, but referrals are made for other options. Also accept clothes, baby furniture, and/or household items for families of domestic violence. This project is looking for people to volunteer who have a working knowledge of domestic violence issues, and an ability to work with a variety of clients and providers.SaratogaDOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROJECTCATHOLIC CHARITIES OF SARATOGA, WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES
Donation programOffers new and secondhand items, including clothing and other household items at lower than retail prices. Also accepts donations All sales benefit Helen Hayes Hospital Foundation. Location: 51-55 Route 9W North - Building 14 West Haverstraw, NY 10993RocklandHELEN'S HOPE CHEST BOUTIQUE AND THRIFT SHOPHELEN HAYES HOSPITAL 1
Donor ServicesSAFE Inc. of Schenectady accepts clothing donations for teens-youth, hats, gloves, and baby items, small household items to furnish an apartment., personal care items such as soap and shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, towels, sheets, blankets, etc. SchenectadyCLOTHING AND HOUSEHOLD DONATIONSSAFE INC OF SCHENECTADY
Donor ServicesShelters of Saratoga accepts donations of food, money, household items, cleaning supplies, furniture, etc.SaratogaDONATION PROGRAMSSHELTERS OF SARATOGA
Donor ServicesFood pantry accepts donations of non-perishable food items, for individuals and families in need of a little help. Distribution Center accepts clothing & small household items. Donations of school supplies are needed in August. Call for details regarding the Furniture Program & holiday gifts donations. SaratogaDONATIONSFRANKLIN COMMUNITY CENTER
Donor ServicesAccepts donations of baby clothes, children's toys, household items (such as linens, pots, pans, dishes, etc.), and money.SchenectadyDONATIONSSCHENECTADY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
Donor ServicesThe Salvation Army - Glens Falls Corps accepts donations of household goods, school supplies, holiday toys and gifts, furniture, household items, clothing, and food. Volunteers are also welcome in all areas of the organization.WarrenDONATION/VOLUNTEER PROGRAMSSALVATION ARMY - GLENS FALLS
Donor ServicesSt. Paul's Center accepts donations of household items (dishes, pots, pans, silverware, glasses, plates, shower curtains, etc.) and used furniture that is still in good condition. Gift cards for Walmart or Target are also welcome.RensselaerHOUSEHOLD GOODS/FURNITURE DONATION PROGRAMST. PAUL'S CENTER
Donor ServicesAlbany Damien Center's Treasure Chest Thrift Store will accept donations of household items, furniture, antiques, and kitchenware items.AlbanyHOUSEHOLD GOODS/FURNITURE/KITCHENWARE DONATIONALBANY DAMIEN CENTER
Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesServe clients screened and referred to Schenectady Home Furnishings Program by over 25 social service agencies and local clergy. The Schenectady Home Furnishings Program also accepts donations of furniture, lamps, household items, linen sheets, towels and small appliances, etc. Clients are served through referral from local and social service agencies. SchenectadyFURNITURE/HOUSEWARES PROGRAMSCHENECTADY HOME FURNISHINGS PROGRAM
Nursing Care ServicesMary's haven is a community home for the dying, a residence serving individuals with irreversible illness who are within the last three months of their lives and who can no longer safely remain at home, or an alternative for those who do not want to spend their final days in a hospital or nursing home setting. The focus is on quality of life through holistic hospice care addressing the resident's physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs. Accepts donations of personal supplies and household items the residents. Also is looking for volunteers willing to undergo training, who are compassionate, dependable and comfortable with the dying process.SaratogaMARY'S HAVENCATHOLIC CHARITIES OF SARATOGA, WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES

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