Donating Kids' Clothing
Archived Q&A and Reviews
- Where to donate quality children's and women's clothing
- Donating good quality clothing for teens
- Donating several bags of little girls' clothing
Looking for suggestions on where to donation quality children's and women's clothing in Oakland/Emeryville/Berkeley. Other than Goodwill drop off center. The archive exchanges were out of date- called a few places listed and they are no longer in services. Any updated suggestions would be great!
For higher quality clothing, I would consider Dress Best for Less on Piedmont Avenue.
ECAP (Emeryville Community Action Program)! Donations go directly to the needy folks who need them. Drop off at 3610 San Pablo. Here is some YELP input: http://www.yelp.com/biz/emeryville-community-action-program-emeryville
For nice business attire for women, you might also try BOSS. www.self-sufficiency.org R.K.
I have some very good quality clothes, hoodies and jackets that my teen daughter doesn't want any more. The clothes have been barely worn and I would like to donate them to a local foster child who is in need. Can someone tell me where I can donate in the Richmond/San Pablo area so I know the clothing will go directly to foster teens in need? DC
It's not Richmond, but I have been donating my son's clothes to the Emancipated Youth Job Readiness Program run by the City's Private Industry Council in Oakland. Call Robin Raveneu at 510-768-4402. She works directly with the foster kids and makes sure they get the clothes. Her Office is located in the Downtown Oakland Career Center at 1212 Broadway, Oakland. Katrina
Hi - I have several bags of quality children's clothing sizes infant to 4T that I would like to donate to a charitable organization that could use them. I prefer not to give to an organization that ''re-sells'' the clothing. Perhaps there is a social organization that helps women and children in need or something similar. I'm also able to give to a new mother who truly needs clothing for her little girl(s). Great stuff. Would hate it to go to waste. Nicole
I have dropped off my donations at Bananas a few times. I trust them more than some second hand stores. Kasia