Donate This Recycle That is a recycling and charity collection business with over 30 years of experience. It collects secondhand clothing and household items for distribution to United States-based charities. It is currently partnered with three charities: Arms of Hope, the National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) and American Veterans (AMVETS).
Other charities may also benefit from donations made in certain locations. For example, the business’ official website states that profits from donations in Tennessee could aid the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA), which operates within Connecticut, as well as other areas of the United States.
This family-run enterprise also recycles used clothes. They encourage schools and organizations to coordinate with them regarding fundraisers and clothing drives. When these activities are done, they issue payment to the participating organizations, depending on the volume of donations acquired.
Donate This Recycle That collects gently used clothing, linens, accessories, kitchenware, small household electronics, household décor, toys, musical instruments, sport and camping equipment, and furniture.
Different drop-off locations may accept different items. Donors are encouraged to call or consult each location before scheduling a donation.
Drop box locations can be found on Donate This Recycle That’s official website. Donors can make use of a virtual map to find drop-off locations nearest to them, or click through a list of supported locations.
Schools and organizations are welcome to sponsor recycling/donation bins. Donate This Recycle That empties the bins as needed and pays the sponsor on a monthly basis.
Pickup can be scheduled online or by phone. Donors who wish to schedule donations over the phone can call the locations closest to them.
Donate This Recycle That has clothing drop-off locations and pickup routes in Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas.