New parents are often amazed at how quickly their new baby grows out of things. After the first year, many parents look back and see that they’ve accumulated a bunch of gear that their little one can no longer use. Choosing to donate used baby gear in NYC allows you to help others provide for their families and helps you to clear out some room in your home.
There are many places where you can donate used baby gear in NYC:
Goodwill is a national charity that is dedicated in providing individuals with the support they need to get back to work. Their work, including job training, is funded through the help of donations of gently used items. Goodwill accepts clothing as well as baby gear that has all of the pieces. There are a number of locations in and around NYC.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army uses donations to fund their work in the city including five rehab centers. They accept clothing, toys, and furniture. For large or heavy donations, The Salvation Army will work with you to coordinate pick up of your donation.
Housing Works is a charity that is dedicated to helping those living with HIV/AIDS. Housing Works has a number of locations throughout the city that accept children’s clothing. Additionally, Housing Works will pick up donated furniture that is in good condition.
Room to Grow
Room to Grow is a charitable organization dedicated to helping babies in poverty. Parents that are referred to Room to Grow receive support and all of the baby gear they need to get started with their new child. They accept baby items that are new or like new and will work to help you coordinate a donation drive with others in your area.
It is important to note that some gear, such as car seats, are often not able to be accepted for donation for safety reasons. For specific questions on what a particular charity accepts, please contact that charity directly.
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