If you’ve been pushing off cleaning out your closet because you just don’t know where to donate your old clothes, Mr. Clean Can is here to help! There are plenty of places that will be happy to accept your no longer needed or wanted items.
Goodwill Donation Xpress of Windermere
When you’re in need of somewhere quick and easy to donate your clothes, Goodwill Donation Xpress of Windermere is the place to go! This is not a store you’re able to shop in, since it is specifically there just to take in donations. All you have to do is pull up with the items you wish to donate, and someone will be there to accept your clothing or other items. Please keep in mind that Goodwill doesn’t accept all items. They accept gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, books, games, and more.
Orlando Union Rescue Mission’s Bargain Store
Located in downtown Orlando, the Orlando Union Rescue Mission has a bargain store that would be happy to take your gently used clothes and household items. Orlando Union Rescue Mission helps to fight homelessness in Central Florida. The items you donate may be sold to help raise funds for the Mission, or they may be given to a family in need. Not only will you be cleaning your closet out, but you’ll also be helping local families in need! This store has a list of acceptable items they will accept as a donation, which we recommend checking out before heading over!
One Heart for Women and Children
One Heart for Women and Children’s mission is to, “provide necessary resources for struggling families as they transition through and overcome the hardships of daily living in the Central Florida region and beyond.” They have a thrift store located at 2040 N Rio Grande Ave, Orlando, FL. They will happily take your gently worn clothing, and other items you wish to part ways with. You can find out more about their mission and what they will accept by heading over to their website!
New Beginnings Thrift Store
New Beginnings is a 501(c)(3) not for profit that empowers people to overcome the pain of poverty and the alienation of homelessness. Their thrift store is located in Clermont and will gladly take your donations. You can drop off donations any time Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Your donations will help generate the funding needed for their homelessness & prevention programs. Read more information about New Beginnings and their thrift store on their website today!
What is your go-to place to donate your no longer needed or wanted items? Let us know your recommendations in the comments below!