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Clothes Donations in Columbus, Dayton, Lancaster & Surrounding Areas – Clear Clutter From Your Closets While Helping Those in Need

Clothes Donations ColumbusIt’s easy for residents of Columbus and surrounding areas to give used clothes donations to National Kidney Services (NKS) because we offer complimentary donation pick up service. Our reliable, professional drivers will come right to your home or office and collect your contributions of clothing and household items, so you never need to go out of your way to donate to our charity.

In addition to free charity pick up service for your household items and clothes donations, we also offer a variety of locations at which you can drop off your tax-deductible* donations. Whether you live in Columbus, Dayton, Lancaster, or any of the surrounding areas, an NKS donation drop box is sure to be nearby. You can also bring your donations to any of the Columbus area Ohio Thrift locations, which have partnered with NKS to accept clothing donations on our behalf.

Participating Ohio Thrift stores are located in:

  • Columbus – 4340 West Broad St.
  • Columbus – 647 Harrisburg Pk.
  • Columbus – 67 Great Southern Blvd.
  • Columbus – 3551 Cleveland Ave.
  • Columbus – 5738 Columbus (Emporium) Sq.
  • Whitehall – 4618 East Broad St.
  • Grove City – 3060 Southwest Blvd.
  • Washington Court House – 100 Washington Sq.
  • Upper Arlington – 1881 West Henderson Rd.

NKS gladly accepts clothes donations, small furniture, small appliances, books, electronics, toys, cookware, decorative items, flatware, glassware, seasonal items, and more.  You can request a pick up for your clothes donations by calling 614-351-2900 or filling out our online form to add your name to our regular donation call list. We will notify you when pickups are being scheduled in your area. Standard donation pickups occur Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to dark.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law