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Ways to Make a Donation in Dayton, OH or Elsewhere in Central Ohio

Donation Dayton, OHMaking a donation in Dayton, OH, is as easy as gathering old clothes and other used items that are just taking up space in your home and scheduling a free donation pickup from National Kidney Services (NKS). NKS is a locally based, non-profit charitable organization that is proud to employ residents of Central Ohio and serve our generous donors throughout the area. With your help, we can support important programs aimed at reducing the prevalence of chronic kidney disease.

If you would like to encourage friends, neighbors, and co-workers to donate tax-deductible* used items to our charity in Dayton, here are a few ways to get them involved:

  • If you notice your neighbors are holding a yard sale, tell them that NKS can come and collect any of their unsold items after the sale. We offer special Saturday collections upon request for these types of large donation loads.
  • If you belong to any sort of civic group, community organization, or hobby club, consider hosting a donation drive where everyone brings one item to donate to NKS. A great example would be asking members of your book club to donate their books once you’ve all read and discussed them.
  • Organize a donation drive at work. Put a box in the break room or lunch room and ask your co-workers to bring items for donation. NKS can come to your office and collect these donations – we even offer expedited pickups upon request.

NKS accepts a wide variety of items, so it’s easy to make a donation in Dayton, Ohio or any of the surrounding communities. You can contribute men’s, women’s, and children’s clothes, as well as books, toys, decorative items, small pieces of furniture, electronics, and small appliances. Our charity also accepts all types of kitchen items, including serving utensils, pots and pans, dish sets, glassware, and flatware. Sign up online or call 614-351-2900 to request a complimentary donation pickup.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law