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We’ll take your stuff!

Leftover garage sale items taking up space in your garage?

Cleaning out closets?

Filling up boxes as you prepare to move?

Start a box for The Acorn Resale Shop! We happily accept items that are non-smelly, not broken, clean, and useable items. Please see the list of items that we cannot receive before donating. Thank you!

The sale from your donated items will help Camp Roger and Camp Scottie send kids to camp. Let's help get those kids outside!

Donation Drop-Off at our NEW Donation Door

Bring your boxes to our Donation Door on the east side of the building during business hours. When the store is closed, feel free to drop off your items at the Acorn Shed. 

Don’t forget to pick up a donation receipt before you leave. Donations are not accepted at Camp Roger or Camp Scottie.

Do not leave baby cribs or car seats. For large items that need to be dropped off, contact our store first at 616-884-0995.

 

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We Accept:

 

  • Laundered clothing for men, women, and children
  • Shoes
  • Vintage/outgrown Camp Roger t-shirts or sweatshirts
  • Furniture
  • Books, DVDs, CDs, Records
  • Household Items--pots, pans, dishes, linens
  • Sporting goods
  • Outdoor work items—shovels, rakes, gardening items
  • Home décor
  • Small working appliances—mixers, crockpots
  • Bicycles, kayaks, canoes, small boats in working condition
  • Toys 
  • Collectibles
  • Jewelry
  • Antiques
  • Seasonal decorations--Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Easter

We Do Not Accept:

 

  • Electronics--TV, VCR, DVD players, phones
  • Office equipment--computers, printers, copiers, fax machines
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Baby cribs or car seats
  • Broken, ripped or stained furniture 
  • Ripped, stained, or smelly clothing
  • Large appliances (washer, dryers, or other)
  • Pianos or organs
  • Cars

Need a printable donation guideline sheet?

Donations are Tax Deductible! Receipts available in The Acorn Shed or print one out

The Salvation Army has a terrific resource on how to place a monetary value on your donated items list for your tax receipt. See it here

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