Donate a TV and you’ll not only be helping out an individual, family or community group and you’ll also be doing something great for the environment. Any time a TV or appliance can be reused, it means one less piece of electronic equipment heads to the landfill.
Electronic equipment can be harmful to the environment when it’s thrown out and left in landfills. So many items, provided they are in good, working condition, can have a second or third life in another home.
When you donate a TV to a charity with a cause you support, you’ll be helping the organization fund its activities and further its mission once your TV is sold in their store. Plus, your old television can be a great find for someone in need — a family on a budget, a single parent, a community center or faith-based organization, or a shelter for the homeless or victims of domestic violence. Local schools can benefit from a TV donation. Donate a TV to the rec room of your local community college.
DonationTown.org will help you connect to a charity in your area with a mission that you would like to support through your donation. Within minutes, you can even schedule a fast, free pickup of your TV and any other items you may have to donate. DonationTown.org has a database of hundreds of charitable organizations and charities like the Humane Society, Rescue Mission, Good Samaritan Ministries, Habitat for Humanity or Hope Services.
Absolutely! A number of charities can provide a pickup of your charitable donations. DonationTown.org will help you find a charity that matches your needs, and also allow you to schedule a fast, free pickup of your items. And DonationTown.org provides this service at no charge to you or the charity.
Great! Charities are always looking for new and gently used donations of all kinds. Donate a couch or other household furniture. Donate kitchen and other household items. Donate clothing, donate shoes. Donate books. Donate appliances. Donate a car, truck, or boat. Donate toys and other baby items. Donate bikes or tricycles. DonationTown.org will help you get your new and gently used items into the hands of people in need.