Donate goods

4th Bin
708 3rd Avenue, 6th floor
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 855-329-2531
4th Bin delivers certified and professional electronics recycling services to all types of businesses. We make it efficient, simple, ethical and responsible. We never export, send to landfill, or stockpile anything in our care. As such, we are e-Steward, R2, ISO 14001, and B Corporation certified.

Goodwill Industries International, Inc.
217 West 79th Street
New York, NY 10024
Phone: 212-874-5050
It’s simple. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill®, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others. Walk around your home and collect items you and your family no longer need — that shirt that’s been hanging in the back of your closet for three years, the toy trike your five-year old has outgrown, the holiday gift from grandma you never quite found a place for, etc.

GrowNYC: Office of Recycling Outreach and Education
51 Chambers Street, Room 228
New York, New York 10007
Phone: 212-788-7964
We can now accept your cardboard, mixed paper, metal, glass, yogurt containers, plastic cups, and more rigid plastics.
71 E Industry Ct.
Deer Park, NY 11729
Email: [email protected]
Guzu is proud to be committed to reducing e-waste by first looking to re-use electronics by finding them a new home and prolonging the product's lifecycle. For the gadgets we receive that are end of life, Guzu works with e-Stewards and R2 Accredited recycling partners to ensure that the items are disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.

Verizon Recycling
Protecting the environment is a major focus for the HopeLine program. We collect no-longer-used wireless phones, batteries and accessories in any condition, from any service provider. Phones that can't be reused are recycled responsibly under our zero landfill policy. Since 2001 our program has recycled 1.7 million wireless phones and kept more than 260 tons of electronic waste and batteries out of landfills.

Housing Works Thrift Shops
306 Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Phone: 212-579-7566
212-366-0820 Ext. 2 (to schedule a free pick up)
Drop off your clothing, shoes, books, artwork, jewelry, and housewares at any of our Thrift Shops or Bookstore Cafe during our open business hours. We also offer free furniture pick-up.

Materials For the Arts
33-00 Northern Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Long Island City, NY 11101
Phone: 718-729-3001
Fax: 718-729-3941
Email: [email protected]
Direct Donations is a great alternative to putting items in a landfill, and it allows you to meet the artists, educators, and community organizers who directly benefit from your generosity. By saving 1,630,000 lbs of materials from the waste stream last year, Materials for the Arts offset CO2 emissions equivalent to 553,500 trees, which is 25x the amount of trees in Central Park. Typical donations to MFTA include bolts of fabric, paper, art books, office supplies, electronics, props, paint, frames, craft supplies, and furniture. MFTA reserves the right to refuse any item and cannot accept weapons, medicine, dangerous chemicals, or toxic substances.

The Salvation Army of Greater New York
120 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10011-7393
1-800-95-TRUCK (87825)
Autos: 1-888-999-ARMY (2769)
Nearly 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through the broadest array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. 82 cents of every dollar spent is used to support those services in 5,000 communities nationwide.

Donating old or non-working computers, printers, etc:
Best Buy
Dell Inc.
Hope Phones
MPC Computers

List unwanted items online: