You’ve sold your home and now it’s time to pare down your possessions for a fresh start in your new residence. There are lots of Phoenix-area charities that could benefit from your contribution. Consider one, or more, of these.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
3440 W. Lewis Avenue, Bldg. A, Suite G
Phoenix, Arizona 85009
If you’ve combed through the closets in your home to thin out your herd of items you may consider dropping off some gently used clothes at Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Donation Warehouse.
Phoenix Rescue Mission serves the nearly 26,000 homeless in Maricopa County—almost 40 percent of whom are families, usually a single mother with children. Phoenix Rescue’s Hope for Hunger Food Bank provides emergency food for struggling children, families, and seniors. The charity also has a Changing Lives Center for Women & Children, which houses up to 180 women and children and provides childcare, counseling, life skills education, and career assistance. The Transforming Lives Center for Men provides homes for 160 men, and offers recovery meetings, group and individual counseling, mentoring, and vocational development.
Wounded Warrior Project
Phoenix Office Location
777 E. Missouri Avenue, Suite 103
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
If you’ve got a clunker sitting in your driveway the folks at Wounded Warrior Project will be happy to take it off your hands—no matter it’s condition—so you can have one less thing to worry about as you prepare to move to your new home. Fill out their Vehicle Submission Form to schedule your free pickup.
Wounded Warrior Project caters to Veterans and service members who sustained physical or mental injury or illness while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001, and helps to facilitate their recovery and transition back to civilian life.
House of Refuge
6858 E. Ursula Avenue
Mesa, Arizona 85212
House of Refuge accepts gently used clothing, household goods, furniture, and non-perishable food items. The organization’s Donation Center webpage provides a complete list of items it accepts, as well as the center’s hours of operation.
This charity serves families who are experiencing homelessness, or are at risk of homelessness, as well as individuals with children and pregnant women who are fleeing domestic violence. The center has a community of 88 two-bedroom homes for those who are eligible and provides comprehensive support services to help families become self-sufficient and transition to sustainable housing. You may be pleased to know that when participants leave the program they keep the home goods and furniture they acquire.
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