Community Spotlight: Green Drop Charitable Donations

Green Drop Are you ready to make a difference in your community? Perhaps you want to support a slew of worthy organizations in a unique way? Or, maybe, you just need an excuse to clean out your closets!

Whatever your motives, Green Drop is an organization we think you should know about. They convert lightly used clothing and household items into cold hard cash—cash that goes directly into the pockets of charities in need.

To learn more, check out this month’s Community Spotlight before tackling your basement storage today!

Who Does Green Drop Serve?

Green Drop As one of the largest charitable groups in the Delaware Valley, Green Drop is on a mission to help non-profit organizations fulfill their missions and bring comfort to the people they serve. These organizations include:

  • The American Red Cross
  • The National Federation of the Blind
  • The Military Order of the Purple Heart
  • The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Philadelphia

How Does it Work?

Creating a fast and convenient way to help, Green Drop collects your tax-deductible items before selling them to affiliate thrift stores throughout the region. These funds are then distributed to the charities listed above.

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With over 30 drop-off locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Virginia, Green Drop makes giving quick and easy. Simply call ahead or drop by during posted hours to receive your tax-deductible receipt.

Have a lot of stuff to donate? Green Drop can send a moving truck to your driveway. Arrange a pickup date via their website to make your spring cleaning a breeze!

Green Drop even offers a special Home Clean-Out service where a professional team can come to your home, pack, and remove large volumes of donations. This service requires arranging an initial consultation with a trained concierge to determine your eligibility.

What Type of Items Does Green Drop Accept?

Green Drop For the sake of space, all donated items should weigh under 50 pounds. For environmental reasons, older TV sets, cell phones, and computer monitors aren’t accepted. If you have questions about a specific item, a Green Drop representative can help make a determination. Accepted donation items include:

  • Lightly worn clothing and shoes
  • Small furniture
  • Kitchenware, small appliances, and tools
  • Electronics and collectibles
  • Games/toys, musical instruments, and sporting goods


Make a Plan To Donate

Whether you’re doing a complete overhaul of the garage or simply freeing up some extra closet space, no donation is too big or small for the people at Green Drop.

To learn more, be sure to visit their website and don’t forget to like them on social today!