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Finding Worthy Charities Throughout the Carolinas & Ohio

Charities in CharlotteSometimes it can be hard to choose from all the charities that are out there. So many worthy causes exist, but how can you be sure that your generous donations are going into the right hands? It’s often best to choose a locally based charity with a clear mission that makes donating a simple and stress-free process. For residents of North Carolina, upstate South Carolina, and Ohio, National Kidney Services (NKS) is the right choice.

NKS is a charitable organization that generates proceeds from your used clothing and household items and donates the funds directly to the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). Together, our charities support programs that promote:

  • Kidney disease research
  • Kidney education
  • Early detection
  • Intervention
  • Free health screenings
  • Patient advocacy
  • And much more

Aside from our dedication to fighting the battle against the epidemic of kidney disease, NKS also sets itself apart from other national and local charities with our commitment to providing a reliable and efficient donation pick up service. Generous donors like you can simply fill out our online form and add your name to our rotational donation pick up call list. On the day of your scheduled pick up, place your boxed and labeled donations outside. Our professional, courteous drivers will leave a tax receipt for your tax-deductible* donations.

Now that you know where to donate, how to donate, and how rewarding it is to give to charities like National Kidney Services and the National Kidney Foundation, make today the day that you help those who are less fortunate. NKS gladly welcomes donations of men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, books, toys, small appliances, furniture, electronics, and much more. Contact us for additional information.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law