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What Else Can I

Do with My Stuff 


Some of your stuff does not fit the "sister-in-law test"- it's  not good enough for your fussy sister-in-law, or it's out of season, or it's not something that struggling folks need  (vases from the florist and old videos come to mind). There may still be useful ways to re-purpose items. 

The Minnesota organizations listed in this section include: local thrift stores whose profits support community agencies and struggling individuals; larger organizations that sell the goods in various markets and donate some or all of their profits to charity; for profit groups that  gain income from re-sale; and groups that offer additional services including pick-up.

Feel free to suggest other organizations who can use our stuff too.


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Please check with each organization for limits and fees

Better Futures Minnesota  building materials

Companies to classrooms  school and office supplies

Disabled American Veterans MN   Savers receives  goods donated to  Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota,  For items  donated at the Community Donation Center, Savers pays DAVMN  9.3 cents per pound of clothing and other soft goods, 5.2 cents per pound of miscellaneous household goods, and 5.2 cents per item of furniture or other large items. For picked up items , Savers pays DAVMN 34.5 cents per pound of clothing and other soft goods, 32.1 cents per pound of miscellaneous household goods, and 32.1 cents per item of furniture or other large items

Epilepsy Foundation Minnesota Your donations to EFMN will be sold to Savers for $0.385/lb. clothing, $0.258/lb. small home items & $0.258/pc. larger items.  

Furnish Office & Home office and home furniture

Hope Chest for Breast Cancer  high end clothing and furniture

The Prop Shop Eden Prairie  furniture

St Vincent de Paul  furniture

Tech Dump computers and electronics

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity  building materials

Thrift Stores

Akely Regional Community Center

Akely Thrifty Treasures  benefits Akely/Nevis Food Shelf

ARC Value Village  benefits people with developmental disabilities and their families 5 metro locations

Assistance League Thrift Shop   Richfield

Bethesda Thrift Shop supports group homes Minnetonka

Boys and Girls Club Thrift Shop  Detroit Lakes

CAP Thrift Shop Shakopee

Family Pathways 11 locations East Central MN


Habitat for Humanity building materials Alexandria

Hidden Treasures benefits those with employment challenges after prison or rehab  St Anthony

Neighbors Inc, Clothes Closet supports food shelf South St Paul

Shop for Change supports food shelf and Children's programs Golden Valley

Someplace Safe benefits abuse victims Alexandria and Morris

Stone Soup Cottage Grove vouchers for families in need

The Prop Shop Eden Prairie

Rivertown Treasures supports Hastings Family Service

The Riverworks Store benefits food shelf Rockford

Thrift Shop supports hospital and nursing home Cook

Used a Bit Shoppe benefits Senior Center Northfield

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