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Gather It, Bag It, & Schedule It
Donating your unwanted items has never been so easy!
How It Works
What We Accept
15 items + No wet or
Frequently Asked Questions
We currently service in California, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Please visit the location pages for specific counties.
We accept clothing, shoes, backpacks, belts, hats, pursues, sheets, towels, blankets, and other small household items that can fit in a bag. We will gladly accept items that have holes or stains. Please avoid items that are wet or contain mold, any liquids, foods, or large household appliances.
We do not have quality restrictions for our pickups. We will accept items with holes or stains. We just ask that the items not be wet and free of mold.
Once scheduled, you will typically be serviced within 72 hours. You will receive a text, email, or call confirming your pick-up date.
Our service is 100% free of charge.
We are a source as well as an outlet to local thrift stores, non-profits, school and church closets, and disaster relief victims. Items these places deem unusable are recycled and kept out of landfills.
We are proudly affiliated with local thrift stores, non-profits, school and church closets, and disaster relief victims. We are happy to expand our partnerships with existing organizations.
We are a textile recycling service that proudly partners with local thrift stores, non-profits, school and church closets, and disaster relief victims.
Many of our affiliates can provide a write-off if you donate directly to them. We are a green company that provides a free service but are unable to provide receipts.
Let’s Work Together
This effort is essential our local communities in waste reduction and supporting our local charities. Many households have unwanted items like clothing, shoes, and linens that often end up in landfills, contributing to environmental pollution. We provide a convenient, contactless pick-up service that ensures these items are recycled or repurposed instead of being discarded. Not only does this promote sustainability and reduce waste, but it also supports local non-profits and small thrift stores by providing them with usable items.