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Where to Give
Donations Accepted

Quotable

Notable

Clothing, furniture,
automobiles, household
goods, and appliances

"When you donate goods to the Salvation
Army, those goods are then sold through
our SA Family Stores... Proceeds from these
purchases are used to fund our adult Rehab
Centers."

Red kettle donations are used
all around the world, feeding
more than 4.5 million people
at Christmastime.

"TRFFI provides small, short-term financial
support for education, transportation,
healthcare or housing issues." "Donated
good quality material items are given
to individuals/families to assist in their
transition out of homelessness."

TRFFI works with existing
charities to help identify those
individuals who are committed
to improving their lives, yet
still are unable to fully support
themselves.

"Every dollar of every sale at Hope Outlet
supports Hope Rescue Mission, a homeless
shelter in Reading.The Mission provides
four residential programs that men can work
their way through to transition back into the
community."

Hope Outlet has been a part
of the Mission since the early
'90s and continues to provide
support to Hope Rescue
Mission today.

"OppShop is an addition to Opportunity
House's Reuse &Recycle Program. We sell
gently used treasures to the Berks County
community."

Last year alone, 55,300 tons
of books and 33,000 tons
of clothing were recycled
through Opportunity House/
Opportunity Shop.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Small and large donations "Money raised by Habitat ReStores helps

Habitat ReStores have been
operating for over 25 years.
Local communities currently
rely on the proceeds of more
than 930 of these donation
centers and stores.

Salvation Army -
Eastern PA and Delaware
pendel.salvationarmy.org
or satruck.org (for pick up info)
301 S. 5th St.
Reading, PA 19602
610-373-5208

Rudden Family Foundation
(TRFFI)
theruddenfamilyfoundation.org
16 Pacific Ave.
Reading, PA 19608
610-207-9257

Hope Rescue Mission/
Hope Outlet
hopeoutlet.org
or hopeforreading.org
745 N. 6th St.
Reading, PA 19601
Reading Store: 610-741-1641
Donations or Delivery: 610-741-1640

"Every dollar generated by our Family
Thrift Stores is used to fund our Adult
Rehabilitation Centers."
Good quality items: beds,
furniture, kitchen items,
linens, etc. (See website
for more details)

"Precision Assistance, Personally
Acknowledged"
Items in sellable condition,
however, they do not
accept baby furniture,
used safety equipment,
medical devices or tube
TVs

Opportunity House/OppShop Please see extensive list
opphouse.org
Admin. Offices:
430 N. 2nd St.
Reading, PA 19601
610-374-4696
OppShop:
3045 N. 5th St. Hwy
Reading, PA 19605
484-509-2087
HabitatBerks.org
ReStore:
5370 Allentown Pike
Temple, PA 19560
General: 610-373-3439
ReStore: 610-921-1315

Goodwill Stores/
Goodwill Keystone Area
yourgoodwill.org
Stores in Shillington, Muhlenburg
and Exeter Twp.
Check website for contact info.
for stores in local area.
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on website: opphouse.org
Check which items both
OppHouse and OppShop
may need

"Supports people who are receiving
assistance from the multiple services of
Opportunity House."

of new or gently used
furniture, appliances,
housewares, building
materials, etc.

families build a decent and affordable place
to call home."

Extensive lists on website
under donar guidelines -
check E-Cycle guidelines
for electronics

"Goodwill works to enhance the dignity and
quality of life of individuals and families by
strengthening communities, eliminating
barriers to opportunity, and helping people
in need reach their full potential through
learning and the power of work."

"When the items you donate...are sold, the
money helps families achieve the strength,
stability and independence they need to
build a better future."

Many businesses, schools and
community groups organize
Donation Drives. See website
for details.


http://pendel.salvationarmy.org http://www.satruck.org http://www.theruddenfamilyfoundation.org http://www.hopeoutlet.org http://www.hopeforreading.org http://www.opphouse.org http://www.opphouse.org http://www.HabitatBerks.org http://www.yourgoodwill.org

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