Find New York Clothing Donation Bins & Boxes Near You

Locate and donate your clothing to charities in New York

Vintage clothes for sale in a New York thrift store

New York, both the state and the city, has one of the most diverse ranges of donation-accepting charities in the country. Thrift stores, clothing donation drop bins, dedicated donation centers – you name it, New York’s got it.

That’s good news for you, meaning you’ll never have to travel too far to donate your old clothes or other items. Simply scroll down to the list below to find a location near you or head to the map to get started.

Most of the charities below will accept clothing, some will accept more goods such as shoes, accessories, toys, books, appliances, furniture, linen, and other household items.

If you’re not sure whether they’ll be able to accept your donation, please get in touch with them beforehand to double-check.


There are plenty of different charities to donate your items to. One of the more prominent locations is a St Vincent de Paul donation center. They’re widely regarded around the world for their charitable causes, so you know your donation is going to do a world of good for those on the receiving end.

Another popular donation spot is at one of The Salvation Army thrift stores. They have thrift stores all around the country, with many in New York as well.

These charities are available throughout the state of New York, including New York City, Hempstead, Brookhaven, Islip, and Oyster Bay.

If you know of any thrift stores in New York or donation bins that aren’t listed below, please let us know so we can add them in.

Young woman shopping for clothes in a thrift store in New York

List of New York 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, there are plenty of different charities in New York that would be more than happy to accept your clothing or other donations. If you care about what types of causes they’re going to be supporting, please visit the charity’s website to find out more.

Generally speaking, donations usually end up for sale at a thrift store or they’ll be donated directly to those in need.