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Where to Donate Old Clothes, Toys, Household Goods in Dearborn

Do you have items you no longer need? Find out where to donate them!

Are you buying a new winter jacket? Do you have holiday lights that no longer work? Did your kids get duplicate toys this year? Did Santa bring you a new cell phone?

If you have items you’d like to toss but aren’t sure what to do with them, a number of collections are taking place in Dearborn.

Toys, Clothes and Other Goods

Goodwill's Dearborn store is accepting donations of toys, clothes and household goods daily. Just drive up to the east side of the store and an employee will help you unload your donation. The store, located at 22451 Michigan Ave., is open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday from 12-5 p.m.

Be sure to get a receipt for your donation!

Winter Coats

If you have coats you no longer need, donations are being collected through Steven Bernard Jewelers' Coupons for Coats drive through Dec. 31. In exchange, you'll get a 20 percent discount coupon for use in the store, which is located at 22266 Michigan Ave. Learn more here.

Cell Phones

Cell phones piling up because you have the newest and best that technology has to offer? Drop off used cells at Henry Ford Community College, which is an authorized CellPhoneBank.org drop-off site. The college is located at 5101 Evergreen Road.

Holiday Lights

Have old holiday lights that no longer work? Maybe you switched colors or swapped old lights for LED ones? Whatever the reason, if you have lights that you're not hanging this year, they can be recycled through HolidayLEDs.com. Just mail them to:

HolidayLEDs.com
Attn: Recycling Program
3849 Guest Rd.
Jackson, MI 49203

Or drop them off to the Ann Arbor Whole Foods Market, located at 3135 Washtenaw Ave.

Is your organization collecting donations this holiday season? Let us know by leaving a comment!

Millie December 27, 2012 at 05:39 PM
I am working on a box for Goodwill today!! My group takes yarn as we make hats etc.for the homeless too!!
Rosemary Lauder December 27, 2012 at 08:41 PM
The AAUW (American Association of University Women) Dearborn branch is collecting books, cds, dvds and any other media items for the 63nd-Annual, Used-Book Sale in September. Items to be donated may be placed in AAUW-labeled barrels around town at the following year-round locations: Dearborn Ice Skating Center (DISC) on Ford Road, east of Greenfield, Dearborn Chamber of Commerce–Welcome Center on the lower level of the Bryant Branch Library, Dearborn City Hall by the counter at City Clerk’s office and First United Methodist Church on Garrison at Mason.

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