Donations Drop-off?

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    LouDon
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    Suggestions for where to donate accumulated household items and clothing? I understand the Northwest Center truck isn’t available during the pandemic.

    #987109

    WSB
    Keymaster

    Many organizations have had to put donations on hold. What you have sounds like it might work for the Junction’s Recycle/Reuse event, now less than 3 weeks away:

    http://wsjunction.org/blog/#post-23945

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    heartless
    Participant

    I’ve been to the Burien Goodwill, and had a decent experience there. I believe they accept donations between 9 and 3, most days–but check the website to make sure. They have people with donations line up in their vehicles, and when it’s your turn you drive up to a spot and unload your items into bins they provide.

    A couple things to note: at least when I was there they wouldn’t help people unload items, and they weren’t accepting “large” items–so no furniture, and nothing larger than, say, a small microwave.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by heartless.
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    DaveB
    Participant

    There’s a dropoff bin in front of the 7-11 on Admiral Way, just west of California Ave. It’s often full (there’s usually stuff on the ground next to it).

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    Gina
    Participant

    The Admiral 7-11 site is a for profit clothing only drop off site. Open season for browsers for non clothing left on the ground.

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    Luckie
    Participant

    I’ve had the same experience as Heartless at Burien Goodwill. Donating is still easy but it takes more time now; I was in the donation line for 35 minutes. Bring a book! 🙂

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