Donations Drop-off?

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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.



    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:



    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, 11 months ago by heartless.


    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).



    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.



    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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