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Donation Pickup

Renesting Project, Inc. provides furniture pick up service within our community. We will pick up if your donation includes 2 or more larger pieces of furniture (too big to fit in the trunk of a car). We would be happy to pick up other items (household goods) at that time, only if they are already boxed up and ready to go. A complete list of items we do AND do not accept can be found by clicking the “donation checklist” button.

We are powered by volunteers that donate their time and strong backs! They arrange the pickup schedule.  Please, treat them kindly and with respect as they too are donating the gift of their time. To request a volunteer to pick up your donated furniture, please complete the following form.

***IMPORTANT***  Our volunteers do not provide disposal service.  They will only pickup items that are GENTLY used and intended to be a donation.

Pickups are scheduled between 9am-3pm Tuesday and Thursday.  ONLY!  If our schedule matches up with your schedule…Please fill out the entire form below.  One of our volunteers will contact you ASAP. Thank You!

Donation Pickup Request Form

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Renesting Project, Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

We can provide you with a tax deductible donation receipt. Retain it for your records and please consult your tax professional.

Donation Policy
When you donate items to Renesting Project, the overwhelming majority are redistributed to families in need, free of charge. Renesting Project does reserve the right to retain any donation for administrative purposes to help reduce overhead. Examples of this might include office equipment and supplies.

In addition, Renesting Project often receives fun and unusual donations. This includes large items, antiques, collectibles and luxury items such as jewelry and furs that may not be appropriate for our mission. These items are set aside for re-purposing. They may be used as items for auction at a future fundraising event for Renesting Project or at a local consignment shop, E-bay or Craigslist sites. Proceeds go directly to our direct service funds.