Where to make spring cleaning donations in Seattle

Out with the old, in with the new


Time to air out all of those musty closets and start fresh.

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Where are our Monicas at? Spring cleaning season is on the horizon.

Start planning your attack (we mean, your approach) with these three tips to manage clutter:

If you’re looking to donate furniture

If you’re cleaning out your closets

  • Mary’s Place is a local org dedicated to helping families and women out of homelessness and into some more stability. They’re always on the hunt for all types of clothing, as well as bed linens, small appliances, and personal hygiene items.
  • Donate your in-season women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories — all of which help stock the free boutique at Jubilee Women’s Center’s. Donations are accepted at the organization’s main site on Capitol Hill.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound has 50+ clothing donation bins around our region where you can drop off your new and gently used threads. Find a bin near you.
  • West Seattle Food Bank accepts like-new clothing donations through its Clothesline program. The most needed items include spring jackets, men’s pants in sizes 30-36, and men’s small + medium shirts.

If you simply need more space

  • Neighbor offers storage options listed by locals. Rent anything from an attic, a shed, a spare bedroom, and a garage to store your stuff. Bonus: You can also rent parking spots.
  • Public Storage offers several locations where you can store your extra stuff.
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