Donate in Westerville, OH & Help Support Statewide Kidney Disease Prevention Efforts
If you live in Westerville or any of the surrounding areas of Central Ohio, you can donate used items like clothing and household goods to National Kidney Services (NKS). Not only will you be getting rid of unwanted clutter that’s taking up space in your home, but you’ll also be helping us support the National Kidney Foundation and its efforts to educate people about kidney disease, its causes, and how it can be prevented.
Housewares and clothes are great items to donate to our Westerville, OH, area charity because even if you don’t have the resources to give monetary donations, you likely have lots of used shirts, slacks, jewelry, kitchen utensils, electronics, or other items that you simply don’t need any more. Whether you’re spring cleaning, hosting a garage sale, remodeling, or preparing your home for an event, there are dozens of reasons to donate those old items and do a good deed in the process.
NKS makes it easy to make a donation to our charity in Westerville because we offer a free donation pickup service for our generous donors throughout Central Ohio, in addition to conveniently located donation drop-off locations. Once you’ve gathered your charitable contributions, simply choose from any of the following ways to donate:
- Contact NKS by calling 614-351-2900 or filling out our online form to add your name to our free donation pickup schedule. Standard pickups take place Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to dark.
- Request an expedited pickup if you need your donations picked up in one week or less. This is especially convenient for people who are moving, home staging, or remodeling.
- Schedule a Saturday pickup for large donation loads, such as the unsold items from yard sales, community sales, or estate sales.
- Bring your tax-deductible* charitable contributions to any Ohio Thrift store near you.
If you have additional questions about how to donate in Westerville, Ohio, or the items we accept as donations, please contact National Kidney Services today.
*To the fullest extent allowed by law