A Donation from Your Business in St Louis, Chesterfield, Ladue, Manchester, or a Surrounding Area Can Benefit People Suffering from Kidney Disease
If there are items that you no longer need at your St Louis area business, consider making a donation to American Kidney Services (AKS) to benefit people in need. Our charitable organization is dedicated to helping provide support to people with kidney disease, an illness that affects roughly 31 million Americans. A donation from your business in Ladue, St Charles, Manchester, Chesterfield, or another community near St Louis, Missouri, can help our charity generate funds that are used to support programs of the American Kidney Fund (AKF). The AKF provides treatment-related financial aid to kidney disease patients and other services in its effort to fight an illness that currently ranks as the nation’s ninth-leading cause of death.
For owners of stores that deal in clothing, furniture, toys, books, electronics, and appliances, your business donation can be widely beneficial for our mission. We accept a wide variety of goods in these categories, including:
- Clothes and shoes for men, women, and children
- Coffee tables
- Computer desks
- DVD players
- Board games
- Video game consoles
- Stuffed animals
- Encyclopedia sets
- Children’s books
- And much more
Making a business donation to AKS is simple. Scheduling our drivers to collect your donations is as easy as calling us or filling out our online form. We pick up donations free of charge from businesses throughout the St Louis area Monday through Saturday from 6:30 a.m. until dark. Donations for our charity can also be dropped off at any Value Village thrift department store.
Make a difference in the lives of others by making a business donation to AKS. Contact us today to schedule our free donation pickup services or to receive more information on how a donation from your business benefits people with kidney disease. AKS welcomes donations from businesses in Ladue, Ellisville, Ballwin, O’Fallon, and all other communities near St Louis, MO.