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Claim a Tax Deduction* when you Donate in Charlotte or any of the Surrounding Areas

Tax Deduction Donate CharlotteThousands of donors throughout Charlotte have already discovered how easy it is to claim a tax deduction when they donate to National Kidney Services (NKS). Not only do we offer a variety of convenient ways for you to contribute used clothes and household items to our charity, but we also provide you with a tax receipt so that you can estimate the value of your contributions for tax purposes*.

NKS strives to fight kidney disease by supporting programs that provide informational literature and free health screenings to at-risk individuals. We’re proud to partner with the National Kidney Foundation because we know that the proceeds generated from your donations are being put to work for the greater good. If you would like to join us in our mission, simply choose from the following donation methods:

  • Standard weekday donation pickup – Call us at 866-408-6464 or sign up online to be added to our regular donation call list. We will contact you when donation pickups are being scheduled in your neighborhood.
  • Expedited pickup – If you need your donations picked up in one week or less, simply contact us to arrange an expedited collection.
  • Special Saturday collection – NKS will gladly pick up large donation loads upon request, such as the unsold items from yard sales, garage sales, and estate sales.
  • Donation drop off – NKS has partnered with Value Village thrift department stores throughout Charlotte and the surrounding areas so that you can drop off donations at your convenience.

For residents of Charlotte, Dilworth, Myers Park, Mint Hill, or any of the surrounding areas who wish to claim a tax deduction* when they donate to our charity, a tax receipt will be available from your donation pickup driver or any Value Village store. You can estimate the value of your tax-deductible* donations by using our online valuation guide.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law