Find California Clothing Donation Bins & Boxes Near You

Locate and donate your clothing to charities in California

Donated clothes for sale in California thrift store

The state with the largest homeless population, as well as other low-income people, California, is a place where you can find a lot of different charities. And because of recent events, clothing donations and other types of gods are needed now more than ever, according to Kolo8.

You’ll be able to find a list of all the clothing donation bins near you and thrift stores accepting donations below.

One of the largest collectors of donated items in California is Goodwill. They are an organization that provides good and honest Americans with the ability to be charitable by buying clothes (or donating) through their thrift stores. They currently have 18 thrift stores in Silicon Valley alone, which is impressive.

The Red Cross is always an amazing organization, stationed across California, that provides quality used clothing (among other things) to low-income and families in crisis. This charity gives any generous and charitable person the ability to donate anything, even their own blood.

Another place where you can donate your items is at one of The Salvation Army’s thrift stores. This charity depends on the generous support of the people living in California (both in donations and in volunteering) to help those in need in any way they can.

These charities are available throughout California, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, and Fresno.

If you know of any clothing drop off locations or thrift stores in California that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add it in.

Woman shopping for clothes at a thrift store in California

List of California Clothing Donation Locations

Scroll through the list of clothing donation boxes below or use the map to find one near you


There are plenty of fantastic organizations to donate your clothes (and other items) to in California. Goodwill, Savers, and the Salvation Army are a few of the big ones. But there’s plenty more smaller ones around as well.

If you really care about what happens to the items you donate, please visit the charity’s website to find out how they process donated goods.