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Donating Clothing to Dallas Charity American Kidney Services Benefits Kidney Disease Patients

Donating Clothing Dallas TXIf you live in the Dallas area and are interested in donating your old clothing to charity, then consider making the donation to American Kidney Services (AKS). When donating clothing to our charitable organization, you can help support people who have been diagnosed with kidney disease. We donate the proceeds generated from items donated to our charity to the American Kidney Fund, which provides direct financial aid to kidney disease patients for dialysis and other treatments.

If you would like to donate clothes to our organization, we accept:

  • T-shirts
  • Polo shorts
  • Blouses
  • Shorts
  • Jeans
  • Dresses
  • Sweaters
  • Coats
  • And more

If you are interested in donating but don’t have clothing to give, we also accept a wide variety of other items, including:

  • Non-upholstered furniture
  • Toys
  • Electronics
  • Books
  • Housewares
  • And more

At AKS, we believe that donating to charity organizations should be easy and stress free, which is why we’ve made donating clothing and other items to our charity simple. We offer complimentary donation pickup services from homes and businesses in all Dallas area communities. Our uniformed drivers collect donations Monday through Saturday from 6:30 a.m. until dark. You can schedule a donation pickup by calling 214-317-4380 or using our online form, or join our call list to be notified when we are in the area collecting donations during our regular schedule. You can also drop off donations for AKS at Value World thrift department stores.

Make an impact in the life of a person in need by donating clothing and other items to AKS. Contact us today to learn more about how charitable giving to our organization benefits kidney disease patients. We welcome donations from residents of all Dallas, TX, area communities, including Farmers Branch, Addison, Rowlett, Irving, Plano, Grand Prairie, and Arlington.