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Our office in Billerica is presently closed due to a power outage caused by the storm. We are doing our best to respond to emails and phone calls in a timely and efficient manner. We appreciate your patience and consideration. Thank you.

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We accept many types of items, including (but not limited to):

Category

Acceptable Items

Non-Acceptable Items

Clothing

All clothing, including coats, all types of shoes, jewelry, hats, scarves, belts, socks, purses and other fashion accessories.

Clothing that is damaged or unable to be resold.

Household Items

Knick knacks, dishware, glassware, pots, and pans, silverware, platters, and bakeware, small toasters, can openers, and other small household appliances like mixers.

Microwaves and other larger appliances are not acceptable. Drivers have instructions to leave items that do not meet packing requirements or unable to be resold.

Books

Up to 3 small boxes—with covers preferred.

Encyclopedias or magazines, or textbooks.

Small toys

Must fit easily in boxes and have all of their pieces in working condition.

Outside toys or riding toys.

Art & Collectibles

Coins, jewelry, one of a kind items, and sports memorabilia.

No sharp objects of any kind, anything with glass that can easily be broken.

 

 

Please make sure to leave your donation curb-side. Click here to download a free, printable donation items list. 

  • Items must be in clean, resalable and working condition.
  • We cannot accept items that are broken, have missing pieces, are disassembled, dismantled, damaged or in need of repair.
  • All breakable items should be wrapped and boxed to avoid breakage, labeled “FRAGILE”.
  • Items will be accepted at the discretion of the driver (If your item is found to be non-acceptable, the driver will leave behind the item and a slip with the reason why it was not accepted).

We hate to say “no thank you” to a donation. However, items that cannot be used, must be disposed of or recycled. This raises our costs and impacts the programs and services we provide to people with Epilepsy. Please dispose of your non-acceptable items through an alternative responsible resource, such as your local recycling center.


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