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Make a Charity Donation in St Louis, Ladue, St Charles, Chesterfield, or Any Surrounding Community and Benefit Kidney Disease Patients

Charity Donation St LouisIf you want to make a charity donation in St Louis, St Charles, Ladue, Chesterfield, or any surrounding community, American Kidney Services (AKS) would be glad to come pick it up from your home. We accept a wide variety of items as donations, including clothes, toys, and many common household items like blankets, pots and pans, and TVs. All charitable donations to our organization go to benefit people suffering with kidney disease, an illness that affects more than 26 million Americans.

Getting started making donations to our organization is as easy as filling out our online form. With our online form, you can join our regular rotation pickup schedule or schedule a special pickup from your home or office. Your generous contribution, no matter how big or small, helps us generate funds that support programs through the American Kidney Fund, which has been recognized for its efforts of supplying direct financial assistance for treatment-related expenses to chronic kidney disease patients throughout the United States.

Among the items we accept as charitable donations are:

  • Clothing and shoes for men, women, and children
  • Beds, dining tables, dressers, and other non-upholstered home furniture
  • Decorative household items, including artwork and antiques
  • Washing machines, dryers, and all other home appliances
  • And much more

Making donations to charity is an excellent way to help out another person in need, and remember that charitable donations to AKS benefit kidney disease patients who are struggling financially with getting necessary treatment for their debilitating disease.

If you would like to donate books, clothes, toys, or make any kind of charity donation in St Louis, Clayton, Manchester, or any other surrounding community, just fill out our online form or contact us today.