We’re thrilled to receive your donations! Due to the continuing pandemic, for the safety of our staff and volunteers and to better serve our clients, we have had to severely limit the variety of items we can accept and donation drop offs are contact free in our garage.
Before arriving at PHA to deliver, please take a look at the items we accept as well as our donation drop off hours and directions. We are respectfully asking you to not bring any items not listed – not a single one. Our goal is to remain open to address the growing need for our services in the community. The only way we can safely do so is if we adhere to this list. We appreciate your cooperation.
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Small items are welcome for drop off at our facility. Should you have large furniture, you can drop them off yourself or schedule a pickup. We’d be happy to pick it up from you. Because of COVID 19, all pick ups must be done contact free so all donated furniture needs to be either in your garage or driveway. There can be no exceptions.
To all of our TikTok followers who would like to mail donations, please address them to Project Home Again, PO Box 1236, Andover, MA 01810. Thank you!
What We Accept
We accept new and gently-used furniture, small appliances, and household goods. All donations should be in good condition. Linens should be free of rips and tears, stains, and excessive wear. A good rule of thumb is if you are tired of something, we want it. If you would not have a guest sit on it, sleep on it, or eat off of it, we kindly ask that you do not bring it to us.
We are currently accepting the following items only:
Comforters/Blankets/Duvet Inserts and Covers*
New Bed Pillows
Plates and Cereal Bowls (no china, please)
Pots & Pans
Kitchen Tables with Chairs
Thanks so much for seeking us out – we appreciate each and every donation!
* It is most helpful if comforters and sheets are tied and labeled according to size. It makes it so much easier for us to get them to our clients in a timely fashion. (And remember, if you would not want a guest in your home to sleep on them, please donate them to the MSPCA rather than us.)