Wheat Community Services
(Main Office & Food Pantry)
500 Main Street, Suite 203
Clinton, MA 01510
Accepts good used furniture, clothing, working household
items, computers and other electronics in good working order. Pickup for a
large items is availalble by appointment. Contact the Hidden Treasures Thrift
Shop directly at (978) 365-3085. For nonperishable food & personal hygiene
items contact the Food Pantry at (978) 365- 6349 Ext 14.
Home Goods Recycling of Massachusetts - Helping People Make a Home
Household Goods Recycling of Massachusetts (HGRM) is an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization based in Acton, MA that provides household goods, free of charge, to people in need. We accept donations of gently used household items that will help people make a home. Our 250 volunteers receive, sort and distribute items to individuals and families from over 40 communities in eastern Massachusetts. As an organization staffed by volunteers, we depend on the generosity of community members for goods, time and financial support. Please consider supporting us so that we can continue to achieve our mission.
Furnishing Options provides individuals and families with low income and others such as persons recovering from mental illness the necessary items to enhance the place they call home.
Providing $1million in value of free furniture, home, clothing and baby goods so that 27,000 needy people per year are better housed in the Merrimack Valley, MA. Every $1 donated is leveraged into $4 in value of free goods given and 2/3 are children. And every couch and lamp recycled means one less in the landfill.
Earth 911.com - Find Local Recycling Centers
Earth911 is an environmental services company that addresses solutions for products' end-of-life for both businesses and consumers.
The Bolton-Harvard Freecycle™ group is open to all locals who want to "recycle" that special something rather than throw it away. Whether it's a chair, a fax machine, piano or an old door, feel free to post it. Or maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself! Nonprofit groups are welcome to participate too! One main rule: everything posted must be free. This group is part of The Freecycle Network, a nonprofit organization and a movement of people interested in keeping good stuff out of landfills. Check out freecycle.org for other cities and info on the movement! E-mail email@example.com for questions or improvement ideas! And have fun and jump right in! Freecycle Network for Massachusetts: http://www.freecycle.org/group/US/Massachusetts
Consignment shops are a great way to get rid of stuff you no longer want and put a little change in your pocket. Check out this link for consignments shops in our area
. The Salvation Army and Clinton Hospital Guild are actually Thrift shops where you donate your goods for resale. Keep track of what you donate and get a receipt for a tax deduction at the end of the year.
Statewide, National, and International Initiatives