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Estimate the Value of your Donation to our Charitable Organization in Columbus, Ohio

Donation Value ColumbusNational Kidney Services (NKS) offers an online guide so that you can estimate the value of your donation to our charitable organization and claim that amount as a deduction on your annual income tax return*. From clothing and electronics to small pieces of furniture and antiques, we accept a wide variety of used items as tax-deductible* donations, and you’ll be helping a worthy local charity provide support to kidney disease prevention efforts throughout Central Ohio.

It’s easy to find donations of used clothing and other household items to give to our organization:

  • Check your closet for clothes, shoes, and accessories you haven’t worn in over a year. NKS gladly welcomes professional clothes, formal wear, casual clothes, coats, and a variety of other apparel.
  • Look through your basement and attic for electronics, small appliances, or housewares that you’ve replaced with newer models. Rather than just gathering dust, these radios, CDs, DVDs, books, toys, and other items can make great donations.
  • If your kitchen cabinets are overflowing with utensils, dish sets, extra glassware, pots, pans, and other cookware, consider donating the items you use least frequently to our charitable organization.
  • Feel free to make a donation of any value to our charity, including antiques, vintage items, and collectibles. You can also refer to the IRS guidelines if you need help estimating what these items are worth as tax-deductible* donations.

Once you’ve gathered the items you would like to donate, you can arrange a complimentary donation pickup at your home or place of business by signing up online or calling 614-351-2900. You can also drop off your donations at any Ohio Thrift store in the Columbus area.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law