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Donate Clothing to Our Charitable Organization in St Louis that Helps Kidney Disease Patients

Donate Clothing St LouisDid you know that you can donate clothing to a St Louis charity and not only free up closet space but also help people in need? By donating to American Kidney Services, that is exactly what you can accomplish. We’d be glad to accept the clothes that you no longer want, no longer need, or that no longer fit, which will enable you to free up room in your closets for other things – like new clothes. When you make a clothing donation to our charity, you help support our mission in helping kidney disease patients in need. We use donations of clothing and various other items to generate funds that support valuable programs at the American Kidney Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting kidney disease. The generosity shown by residents in Clayton, Ellisville, Ballwin, and other St Louis area communities inevitably helps provide kidney disease patients with much-needed financial assistance for treatment-related expenses.

You can donate a wide variety of clothing for men, women, and children to support our mission. Clothes we accept include:

  • Shirts
  • Shorts
  • Jeans
  • Suits
  • Coats
  • Dresses
  • And more

Additionally, we accept a wide variety of other items as donations, including furniture, appliances, toys, books, linens, cookware, and much more, and we offer stress-free methods of donation, including free pickup services from your home. Just call us at 314-968-9768 or use our online form to join our regular pickup rotation or to request a special pickup. You can also take items to local Value Village thrift department stores if you choose.

The next time you want to give to charity and donate furniture, donate books, or donate clothing, consider St Louis charity AKS. We proudly welcome donations from residents in Ellisville, Chesterfield, Manchester, Ballwin, Clayton, and all surrounding communities. Contact us today.