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Donations of Clothing & Household Items Accepted in St Louis, St Charles, Ladue & Surrounding Communities

Donations St LouisEverybody knows that giving to charity is the right thing to do, but even so, you may wonder exactly how your donations help people in need. When you donate clothing and household items to American Kidney Services (AKS), your generosity is transformed into direct financial assistance to patients suffering from kidney disease. Twenty-six million Americans have kidney disease and are often unable to work, due to frequent dialysis treatments. The American Kidney Fund makes it possible for proceeds from your donations to AKS in St Louis, Clayton, Chesterfield, and surrounding suburbs to help these patients pay their day-to-day living expenses, such as rent and utilities.

AKS encourages charitable donations of the following items:

  • Men’s, women’s, and children’s clothes
  • Shoes
  • Decorative items
  • Glassware and silverware
  • Blankets, sheets, and other linens
  • Electronics like radios, DVD players, and televisions
  • Books
  • Toys
  • Large and small furniture items
  • Large and small appliances
  • And more

Donating any of these items to AKS means you’ll be helping kidney disease patients across the country. Call us today at 314-968-9768, or submit an online request form to be added to our rotational tax deductible* donations pick up call list. Or, if you can’t wait for a regular pickup, have a large volume of items to donate to charity at once, or have heavy donations, such as beds, couches, other furniture, or large appliances, request a special AKS pickup online or over the phone. In lieu of a donation pick up, donors also have the option to drop off items at the Value Villages in Shrewsbury, Normandy, or Fenton between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday.

Make your donation today. Contact us today to find out more information on how and where to donate.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law