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Did you know that less items in landfills means more money for local nonprofits because we pay them for your stuff? We're a for-profit thrift retailer that proudly accepts your donations of clothing and household goods on behalf of local nonprofits.

Goodwill Thrift Store

See list of acceptable items on website


Vietnam Veterans of America

Accepts clothing and many household and baby items. See list of acceptable items on website

Breast Cancer

  • Clothing (men’s, ladies, children’s)

  • Clothing accessories (belts, handbags, ties, hats, etc.)

  • Shoes (men’s, ladies, children’s)

  • Household goods (bric-a-brac, kitchenware, etc.)

  • Bedding, towels, linens, draperies, and rugs

  • Electronics (flat screen TVs, DVDs, laptops, tablets, cell phones, gaming systems, digital cameras, etc.)

  • Pictures and paintings

  • Antiques, collectibles, and jewelry

  • Toys, bikes, games, books (limit 5 boxes), and CDs


Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Long Island

Clothing/household items- See list of acceptable items on the BBBSLI website, or the Greendrop page

Helping Hands Mission

225 Broadway, Huntington Station, 11746

631 357-6996. They have an ongoing food pantry and food-related programs and drives.


St Vincent de Paul

Accepts many household items including furniture. See list of acceptable items on website

Salvation Army Thrift Stores

Accepts many household goods, clothing, appliances, automobiles, furniture. See website for complete lists

Vietnam Veterans of America

2 Wilson Boulevard, Central Islip

This nonprofit makes it easy to give. Schedule a pickup online, label, and leave your items on your porch or curb. Gently used toys, baby equipment, clothing, and household items are accepted. The organization also takes small furniture and electronics that are no more than five years old.



Long Island Cares

10 Davids Drive (Happy Chapin Way)

Hauppauge, N.Y. 11788

631 582-FOOD



Smithtown Emergency Food Pantry

90 Edgewater Ave.

Smithtown, NY 11787

631 265-7676


St. Andrews Lutheran Church

30 Brooksite Drive

Smithtown, NY 11787

631 265-2288



Saint Vincent de Paul/St. Joseph’s Church (Kings Park) Food Distribution Center

St. Joseph’s Church

59 Church Street

Kings Park, N.Y. 11754

M-Th 1-3pm



Old First Presbyterian Church

125 Main Street

Huntington, NY 11743

631 427-2101

St Hughs Roman Catholic Church

21 East Ninth Street

Huntington Station, NY 11746

631 427-0638


St. Edward the Confessor – Food Pantry

205 Jackson Ave.

Syosset, NY 11791



The New LIFE Center Long Island

Food Pantry and Community Services

Infant Layette & Assistance Program New mothers with infants and toddlers, who are financially disadvantaged, have a place to turn to for infant formula, baby food, clothes, diapers and other necessities, along with parenting advice and support.


Docs For Tots & Help Me Grow Long Island

SCO – Family of Services/Madonna Heights Dix Hills campus

151 Burrs Lane

Dix Hills, NY 11746

Call 631 213-0300

They accept donations of baby clothes and items and other supplies (see website for more information)

Newborns In Need

Provides essentials to babies whose mothers would otherwise have nothing. Many young moms leave the hospital with a baby facing serious illness and have few or no resources to provide the basic necessities. You can donate new or very gently used, washed  and cleaned:

  • Baby clothing (preemie to size 12 months - nothing  larger)

  • Baby blankets and linens

  • Diapers, diaper bags, wipes, and baby toiletries

  • Formula, pacifiers, and non-BPA Bottles

  • Infant strollers

  • Bassinets and portacribs

  • Infant swings and exersaucers


Checks made out to Newborns in Need (which will be used to purchase new Pack & Play Portable Cribs).

Please note:  We are unable to accept cribs because of safety codes or toys, stuffed animals, furniture and changing tables due to insufficient storage. Please bring your bulk donations, labeled to: Lorraine Grenier, 8 Melody Lane, Huntington. Call Lorraine Grenier at 631 827-0273.

They can never have enough Pack & Plays. They need car seats younger than 5 years old, strollers, high chairs, infant swings, bouncy seats, unopened formula, brand new unused bottles, baby clothing up to 12 months. They mostly need 0-3 months and 3-6 months sizes.

Baby Blessings

Baby Blessings provides over 150 families with children under 3 with diapers, baby clothes, other baby supplies, and continental breakfast. It is hosted by Helping Hand Rescue Mission at the Huntington Assembly of God every third Tuesday of the month unless otherwise noted. We are so thankful for those who partner with us from the Family Service League, the Allied Foundation, as well as the many supporters who make this unique outreach possible.  This event means so much to the families and little babies in our community as one out of three families struggle with diaper need which is a significant cause of stress for both children and parents. Lack of proper diaper supply can lead to unwanted health conditions and anxiety. Babies need about eight changes per day, and having a sufficient number of diapers for a child quickly becomes a significant financial pressure on families that are just doing their best.

Long Island Head Start — Multiple Locations

There are head start centers spread across Long Island. The organization seeks donations of brand new baby clothes and other baby items. Head Start serves families below the poverty line, so donations of diapers, toiletries, mittens, hats, and coats are greatly appreciated.

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