Donate No Longer Needed Items
So now you’re moving! It is time to get organized. The more organized you are before the move, the easier it will be for you when you start unpacking at the new place. First, look around your place and identify the things you no longer need. Maybe it’s a treadmill that has been collecting dust for months, or clothes you haven’t worn in a while.

By reducing the quantity of things we need to load and deliver for you, will result in a move that takes less time and less money to complete.

Consider donating your unwanted items to a local charitable organization. Many of these organizations will be more than happy to take your household and furniture donations.   And many of these groups will even pick up items up at your home, saving you a trip to their drop off location(s).

You can contact any one of the following organizations for more information:

Crisis Assistance Ministry accepts working condition stoves, refrigerators, microwaves, washers and dryers (electric only), mattresses and box springs*, dressers and chests of drawers, tables and chairs, dinette sets, sofas and loveseats, and chairs. Donations are distributed free-of-charge to families in financial crisis and/or leaving homelessness through the community’s Furniture Bank.

Habitat for Humanity Restore
3326 Wilkinson Blvd. Charlotte, NC (704) 295-4495
Habitat For Humanity Restore
1133 Wendover Rd.
Charlotte, NC
(704) 714-7044
Good Will Outlets
2901 Freedom Drive
Charlotte, NC
(704) 394 6017
Salvation Army
1011 Central Ave
Charlotte, NC
(704) 333-3649