Find Nevada Clothing Donation Bins & Boxes Near You

Locate and donate your clothing to charities in Nevada

Rack of clothing for sale in a Nevada thrift store

The great state of Nevada has more than just nightlife and casinos, it also has a vibrant community ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. And the way many residents do that is by donating to one of the many thrift stores or donation bins around the state.

There are plenty of locations to choose from and plenty of different charities running them as well. Meaning you’re never too far from a donation location and can choose what types of causes you want your donations to support.

Some of the most commonly accepted items at these locations include clothes, shoes, accessories, toys, bags, homewares, furniture, and other household goods. If you’re not sure whether they can accept your donation, please give them a call beforehand.

One of the most popular and most prevalent locations to donate to is one of the many Goodwill thrift stores or drop off points. They accept a wide range of donations and support a number of worthy causes.

Savers also has a number of thrift stores scattered around Nevada. They’re a bit different in the way they run their organizations so make sure to checkout their website for more info before donating.

All these charities are available throughout Nevada, including Las Vegas, Henderson, Reno, North Las Vegas, and Paradise.

If you know of any more donation drop off points or thrift stores in Nevada that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add it in.

Various homewares for sale in a thrift store in Nevada

List of Nevada Clothing Donation Locations

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


No matter which charity you choose to donate to, whatever items you give will likely be greatly beneficial to those on the receiving end. If you’d like to know more about what types of causes the organizations support, please visit their website to find out more.

Your donations will likely end up in one of two places – either for sale in a thrift store somewhere around the state, or be given directly to those in need.