Find North Carolina Clothing Donation Bins & Boxes Near You

Locate and donate your clothing to charities in North Carolina

Thrift store in North Carolina selling a range of household items

If you’re looking to donate clothes or other household goods in North Carolina, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find the largest list of thrift stores and donation bins on the list below.

Most of the charities in the state will accept clothing donations, others may accept more items such as household goods, electrical appliances, shoes, toys, books, and more.

If you’re not too sure whether they can accept your donation, please give them a call beforehand. Some organizations spend millions of dollars a year hauling off unusable donations to landfill.

Goodwill is one of the largest charitable organizations in the state and one of the ones with the most donation locations around the country as well. They’re a reputable charity with many years of experience giving back to the local community and beyond.

The Salvation Army also runs a number of thrift stores. They’re a worldwide organization that needs no explanation of all the good they bring to the world.

All these charities are available throughout North Carolina, including Charlotte City, Raleigh City, Greensboro City, Winston-Salem City, Durham City.

If you know of any more donation locations in North Carolina that aren’t listed below, let us know so we can add them in.

Furniture for sale in a North Carolina thrift store

List of North Carolina Clothing Donation Locations

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


No matter which organization you choose to donate your items to, the person on the other end is going to be most thankful. However, if you’d like to know what types of causes they support, please visit their website for more information.

Donations to a charity in North Carolina will usually end up in one of two places. Either they’ll be donated directly to those who need them the most, or they’ll end up for sale in a thrift store.