If you’re looking for a way to declutter and feel really good about your donations, try the local Nashville resources below.
Recycling & disposing your junk, dropping the good stuff off to a family in need!
What they take….
They remove all of the items you don’t want anymore and haul them back to their warehouse. There we sort the items between reusable and non-reusable. The reusable items they store, deliver, and set up for underprivileged Nashvillians inside their home. The non-reusable items are recycled or disposed of properly. Flat fee of $100- $175 per truck.
Appliances + Construction Materials
Planning to remodel your kitchen or renovate your whole house? Insured professionals will remove cabinets, claw-foot tubs, doors and other building materials donations at no charge.
The ReStore also provide free pickup service for heavy items.
Books/CDs/DVDs/records, doors, electrical parts, wires, plugs, plates, flooring material, kitchen cabinets & vanities, lighting, lumber/plywood/sheetrock, trim, office furniture, paint (full cans of water base paint only), roofing material, tubs/sinks/toilets, tools, windows and more.
Baby/Small Child Items
Help low-income families thrive by providing essential resources so that under-resourced children in our community can be safe and healthy
Accept new and gently used items for ages 0-10 years old. Bassinets, Blankets & Bedding, Bottles and feeding supplies, Cribs (no dropside), School supplies, Shoes and socks, Sleep sacks and swaddles, Strollers, Swings and bouncy seats, Toys, and more.
Sharing love and dignity with the unhoused & most vulnerable of Nashville.
Men's & Women’s clothing : practical items for outdoor living: shirts, pants, & shoes with good soles. (Sizes S-3XL). Also supplies like tents, sleeping bags, tarps, and blankets.
Yard Waste + Heavy Debris
For things that can’t be reused or just general yard waste, I use Bagsters. A Bagster is a giant bag that holds up to 3,300 lbs. of waste and debris and is picked up and hauled off when full.
What they take….
You CAN put everything including a kitchen sink in here. Construction debris, packaging materials, insulation, demolition debris, toilets, screens, household junk, broken toys, bikes, rugs, carpets, lawn furniture, old luggage, mattresses, asphalt, concrete, dirt, sand, rock, etc.