You’ve been cleaning and sorting, and those gently-used items have piled up.
Good news! Idaho Governor Brad Little has given the go-ahead for retail stores to open on Friday, May 1.
This means that you can drop off your donations at our Post Falls, Coeur d’Alene, Ponderay, Moscow, and Lewiston facilities before you head inside to shop.
But before you roll up to the donation door, please be aware that our donation process has changed.
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Our facility hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
Because we’re limiting exposure, we have a new self-service, no-contact donation process.
You will see two giant boxes when you drive up to our donation center. One box is for ‘soft line’ items and the other is for ‘hard line’ items. Please put your bags or boxes of donations into the correct boxes.
Soft line items include:
- Sheets, blankets, etc.
- Other linens
Hard line items include everything else:
- Toys and stuffed animals
- Home décor
If your items are mixed up in a box or bag, don’t worry about sorting them. Pick the box that is best suited for the majority of what is inside it.
We cannot accept large items that take two people to move such as couches, recliners, or large exercise equipment. We cannot accept upholstered furniture of any kind.
Donations will be kept in quarantine for 72 hours before being processed for sale.
Thanks to donors like you, we can change lives for good!