Donation Pickup for Charity in Austin
We strive to donate as many of your items that we lug away as possible. Not only is this beneficial to your community, as those in need receive much needed furniture, clothing, and other items, it is also great for the environment because we are keeping useful items out of the landfill.
We are very proud to donate as much of what we lug away from your home or business as possible. You will see our bright green trucks making stops at the below charities a few times a week throughout Austin, Texas. And not only are your items going to a great cause, you are also benefiting in the form of a tax-deductible receipt! You pay us to remove your items, and for your part in choosing an eco-friendly solution to your junk removal needs, we are happy to pay it forward and pass along the savings to you. The tax-deductible receipt you receive can sometimes off-set most or even all of the cost of our services depending on the items we are able to donate on your behalf!
Is your favorite local charity not listed below? Or are you a non-profit looking for donation partners? Let us know! We are always looking to form more lasting relationships with local charity partners in our community.
Austin Pets Alive!Austin Pets Alive! is not your average animal shelter. They maintain comprehensive, innovative programs designed to save the animals most at risk for euthanasia.
Austin Pets Alive! has saved more than 40,000 dogs and cats since 2008. The success of our programs and the excellent work of other local animal welfare organizations has led Austin to save more than 90% of animals since 2011.
Assistance League - AustinAssistance League of Austin, with a rich history of supporting the vision and talents of volunteers engaged in personal service to our community. More than 66,000 service hours were volunteered by members during the fiscal year June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017. As of June 1, 2017, Assistance League of Austin had 403 members. Assistance League of Austin returned to the Austin community a very high percentage of the funds received. Assistance League serves children and the elderly with many programs including Operation School Bell, Operation Wish List , Fresh Start, and Toy Cart @ Dell Children’s just to name a few.
Austin Disaster ReliefAustin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, is comprised of over 175 Greater Austin churches and thousands of trained volunteers bringing hope into crisis. ADRN’s network enables and empowers church members to organize, prepare, mobilize, and respond quickly in the event of disaster, great or small. Business partners, local agencies and community support play a vital role in ADRN’s mission. It is through the generosity of their in-kind donations, monetary gifts and volunteer assistance, that ADRN can fund the rebuild/repair of survivor homes and provide immediate assistance to those in crisis.
The RefugeThe Refuge for DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) has a very specific mission: To provide trauma-informed, long-term restoration shelter and services for girls, minors through age 19, who have been exploited through sex trafficking.
Mobile Loaves & FishesMobile Loaves & Fishes volunteers hit the streets 7 nights a week, 365 days a year to provide food, clothing, hygiene products and other life-sustaining items to our homeless neighbors who are struggling to survive.
Goodwill/Goodwill IndustriesGoodwill works to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by strengthening communities, eliminating barriers to opportunity, and helping people in need reach their full potential through learning and the power of work. You’ll spot Junkluggers trucks making donations at various locations throughout Fairfield County including the stores in Norwalk, Bridgeport, Stamford, Ridgefield, Westport, and Danbury.
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army has many facets, but we primarily work with the The Salvation Army Family Stores which are the core of their Adult Rehabilitation Center philosophy. We donate to the Salvation Army community store in Hamden, which provides quality clothing, furniture and other goods at bargain prices. The proceeds from these stores are used to fund their Adult Rehabilitation Centers which are thus self-sustaining. The Salvation Army helps employ rehabilitating adults in their Family Stores which provide great deals and bargain prices on clothing, furniture, household goods, sporting equipment, books, electronics and much more.
Habitat for Humanity ReStoreThe ReStore accepts donations of new or nearly new building supplies, furniture and appliances from individuals, contractors, and businesses. Some of the materials will be used to build Habitat homes, and any extra materials will be sold at the Habitat ReStore. Proceeds from the ReStore benefit Habitat for Humanity in its applicable region.