Find Massachusetts Clothing Donation Bins & Boxes Near You

Locate and donate your clothing to charities in Massachusetts

Rows of clothes in a Massachusetts thrift store

According to Patch, donating to charities through a number of different ways has shown that the people living in the state of Massachusetts actually care about the development of the whole community. Whether it’s through clothing donation bins or dropping of donations at a thrift store, there are endless ways to donate to those in need.

Goodwill is a charity that continuously provides the people of the community with the resources needed to improve everyday life and to build a more ecologically minded future for the next generations

Big Brothers Big Sisters is also another awesome organization, through which you can better the whole community and help those in need in the process. You can schedule your pickup anytime, anywhere. On the other hand, through the Red Cross, you can donate clothing, money, or any other household items, as well as join their volunteering program.

The Salvation Army also operates quite a few thrift stores around the state. Through volunteering or just donating used clothes, furniture, books, etc., you can help this charity create the right impact in the lives of the people living in the state of Massachusetts.

All these charities are available throughout Massachusetts, including Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Cambridge, and Lowell.

Furniture for sale in a thrift store in Massachusetts

List of Massachusetts Clothing Donation Locations

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


As you can see from the list above, it can be hard to choose which one to donate to given there are so many. However, choosing the best one in subjective based on your own values. To find out which one you’d like to support the most, please visit their website for more information.

They’ll likely either end up for sale in a thrift store somewhere around the state, or be given directly to those in need.