Caring Hearts Lending Closet. Their mission is to lend or distribute reusable medical equipment to the community, saving costs and the environment while serving God and others.
New and Gently used kids clothing, shoes, coats and gear, as well as food and household items can be donated to the nonprofit, Grands Stepping Up. Donations are accepted on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8:30p, or Saturdays 10a-3p, at Llanerch Hills Chapel located at 1216 Myrtlewood Ave Havertown Pa. 19083; Please use side door entrance on Manor Ave.
New or nearly new items can be donated to Cradles to Crayons. Instructions are listed in the "Local Beyond the Blue Bin" pdf or check out their website
Gently used and in working order
New and nearly new children’s items are collected through grassroots community drives and corporate donations. Donations are then processed and packaged by volunteers in our warehouse, The Giving Factory. Packages from The Giving Factory are distributed to local disadvantaged children — through our collaborative network of diverse service partners.
Local drop-off location: "Beyond the Blue Bin" Volunteer home - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Planet Aid has partnered with to sustainably promote recycling, reuse, and humanitarian projects in the developing world. Clothes are sorted, sent to second hand stores in the US or shipped over seas to developing countries that are in high demand for clothes and shoes. You can donate your unwanted household items such as gently used clothing and shoes to make a difference in the life of another person.
Drop-off location: Yellow drop off bin behind Barnabys located at 1901 Old West Chester Pike Havertown PA 19083
For $15 you can ship your clothes, shoes and electronics, sign up for shipping label here
Teachers’ Teammates brings together resources to offer all teachers in Delaware County the opportunity to receive free supplies to use in their classrooms. They provide an easy avenue for businesses and the community to donate goods that can be re -purposed by teachers and students. Donations reduce waste and demonstrate good stewardship of resources and investment in children.
Drop-off location: Haverford Y vestibule
Grands Stepping Up is a non-profit corporation dedicated to assisting grandparents/kinship guardians who are raising their grandchildren, primarily due to many issues such as the opiate epidemic, incarceration, mental health issues, death or illness of the parents that cause the parents to have the inability to fitness in their traditional parental roles.
Denis’ Pantry & Free Store
Donations accepted include gently used clothing, shoes, baby gear, books, toys, household items and food.
Donations are accepted on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8:30p, or Saturdays 10a-3p, at Llanerch Hills Chapel located at 1216 Myrtlewood Ave Havertown Pa. 19083; Please use side door entrance on Manor Ave.
The Buy Nothing Project is a movement led entirely by volunteers creating a worldwide network of local gift economy communities. Everyone is welcome to share, request, and give gratitude for gifts.
Similar to the Buy Nothing Project, Havertown Freecycle is a site to donate goods or accept goods from your neighbors in Havertown. Let's keep these items out of local landfills and incinerators!
Similar to the Buy Nothing Project, Free in Delco is a site to donate goods or accept goods from your neighbors in Havertown. Let's keep these items out of local landfills and incinerators!
List your items online and donate or sell to someone local who is looking for specific items.
Buy, Sell, or List for free. Can be local pick up or shipped.
At Rabbit Recycling we hand sort and inspect every item and material that enters our shop. After inspection, the materials are generally organized into five broad categories: commodity, donation, upcycle, specialty, and deconstruction. Pricing: 5 gallon bucket $7 or 18 gallon tub $16
If you have clothing and electronics you no longer need, we’ll come pick it up right from your doorstep, and then recycle it for you. Whether your item gets resold as-is or gets recycled for parts, our goal is to return value to unwanted items and ensure that the products of tomorrow are born from recycled material. Currently this program is free for Lower Merion, Radnor and Montgomery county residents. Haverford Township has a $15 convenience fee for door step pick up. Other fees include: $10 for each microwave, $35 for each TV under 150 lbs and monitors that use a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT), $100 for each TV 150 lbs or more, $50 for each dehumidifier, $50 for each window air-conditioner, and $50 for each mini refrigerator under 50 lbs. Retrievr has a buy back program where you can earn rewards for specific clothes, phones and electronics in good condition. More details on the buyback program here: https://retrievr.com/about-us/reward-terms/