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Donation Pickup Service in Clintonville, Ohio, Helps Support Kidney Disease Research

Donation Pickup ClintonvilleScheduling a donation pickup in Clintonville, Ohio, with National Kidney Services (NKS) is an excellent first step in supporting kidney disease research that could save lives not only in your community, but across the United States. Your contributions to NKS support the National Kidney Foundation, which sponsors programs to further kidney disease research, fights for increased patient advocacy through legislation, and hosts a variety of screenings and educational events to help raise awareness about kidney disease.

NKS’s donation pickup process is simple. We collect unwanted home and office goods including clothes, small furniture, small appliances, electronics, and more. To join our list of regular donors, you can reach our representatives at 614-351-2900 or fill out our online form. Once on the list, one of our representatives will contact you every 4-6 weeks when a donation pickup is scheduled for the Clintonville area to inquire if you would like to be added to our list of stops. Our standard pickup service operates on Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until dark, and we will let you know what weekday we plan to be in your neighborhood.

If you would like a pickup on Saturday, or a day much sooner than when we’re scheduled to be in your area, you can choose from the following donation methods:

  • Saturday pickup – Our Saturday donation pickup service is set aside for large volume donations. Call us to arrange a Saturday pickup.

  • Expedited pickups – You also may call us for our expedited pickup service, which is available for special circumstances in which your donations must be picked up in one week or less.

You can also donate in person by leaving your NKS donations at any Ohio Thrift store in the Clintonville area. With your contributions, our donation pickup service in Clintonville, OH, can help save lives from a deadly disease. Contact National Kidney Services today to learn more.