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Donate To Charity – Help Dialysis Patients in Columbus, Dayton, Delaware & Throughout Ohio

Donate to Charity in OhioNational Kidney Services (NKS) encourages you to donate to our charity in the Columbus area so that you can join us in the fight against kidney disease. Twenty-six million people are currently suffering from this disease in the U.S. alone. Millions more are at risk, but they may not have access to prevention literature or early detection screenings. NKS donates the proceeds from your donations directly to the National Kidney Foundation of Ohio, a Columbus-based health organization, that strives to provide these resources and more to those who are less fortunate.

In addition to helping improve the lives of transplant patients, dialysis patients, and at-risk individuals, when you donate to our charity you’re also:

  • Providing local thrift stores with clothing and household items that are affordable for those who are less fortunate.
  • Helping the environment with “green donations.” Instead of throwing away small appliances, electronics, or outgrown clothes, you can reduce, reuse, and recycle by giving them a second home.
  • Clearing clutter from your attic, garage, basement, closet, bookshelf, and kitchen cabinets. Collecting donations helps get you motivated for spring cleaning.
  • Being financially responsible, since all contributions are tax deductible* and can be listed as deductions when you file your annual income taxes.

Whether you live in Columbus, Lancaster, Delaware, Dayton, Springfield, Washington Court House, or surrounding areas, it’s easy to donate to our charity. Simply call 614-351-2900 to add your name to our regular donation call list. You can also fill out our online form so that we can contact you when we schedule a donations pick up in your area. Feel free to contact us if you have additional questions regarding where to donate and/or how to donate to NKS. We accept a wide variety of items, including clothes, handbags, shoes, electronics, books, toys, and more.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law