Item Donations

This is a partial list.  It would be impossible to list every item because often times the most exciting items that come in are things we didn’t even know existed.  If there is something you think lends itself to art please bring it in to show us!

Donation Hours:
Tues – Sat: 10:30-5pm

Examples of items we DO accept:

  • art and craft supplies
  • building materials
  • sinks/toilets
  • doors/windows
  • lumber
  • wood furniture
  • antiques/vintage items
  • paint
  • fabric
  • sewing supplies
  • buttons
  • bottle caps and lids (clean please)
  • corks
  • crayons
  • glue
  • tools
  • scrap wire
  • jewelry (including broken jewelry & watches)
  • colorful plastic bags
  • office supplies
  • ceramic tiles (especially small bathroom or kitchen tile samples)
  • baskets
  • pieces of string
  • yarn
  • wrapping paper
  • colorful scrap paper
  • party supplies
  • magazines with colorful images
  • scrap wood
  • frames
  • and anything else that lends itself to creative reuse

Items we DO NOT accept:

  • Curbside recycling unless it is especially interesting or large jars, cans, etc
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Toxic or Hazardous Substances
  • Smelly, excessively dirty, or moldy items
  • Clothing and shoes (unless they are especially interesting or old)
  • Large TV and computer monitors
  • Tires
  • Mattresses
  • Pressed Board furniture/particle board furniture
  • Plastic Grocery Bags
  • Computer printers
  • most vacuums (unless really nice)
  • Coffee Makers
  • Fluorescent fixtures and bulbs

Items we are NOT CURRENTLY accepting:

  • broken aluminum windows
  • skinny blinds/dirty blinds
  • most suitcases (unless really nice or vintage)
  • undermount microwaves
  • old desk top computers
  • empty dvd & vhs cases
  • vhs tapes
  • overly naily wood
  • sliding glass doors
  • shower doors
  • boring broken typewriters

Thank you for understanding and respecting our restricted items! If you still have questions about a donation you can call our store phone (352) 363-8902

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