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    Salvation Army
    Phone:
    1-800-SA-TRUCK
    .:

    Call (718) 622-4705 to arrange a pick-up of donations or drop off donations at one of their Thrift Store locations.
    Locations: 
    22 Quincy Street
    436 Atlantic Avenue
    520 50th Street

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 10-Nov-2019
    Subject:  donating furniture
    Comment:  We’ve scheduled pickups from Salvation Army in the past. They will pick up furniture/clothing/etc and have an online form where you can schedule & itemize what you want picked up (sofa, bag of clothes, etc).https://satruck.org/donate/chooseAvailability is often 3-4 weeks out, so might not work if you’re looking to donate ASAP.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 22-Sep-2018
    Subject:  ISO Somewhere to donate toys and books
    Comment:  I’ve used the NYC Donate app recently, and only found one place that takes toys donation in the area: Salvation Army on Atlantic Ave.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 30-Apr-2017
    Subject:  Clothes Donations
    Comment:  There is a Salvation Army on Flatbush and Bergen. Donation drop off hours are I believe 10:30 to 5:30 Monday to Saturday. You just drop your bags off in the back room and ask at the counter for a tax deduction receipt you fill out yourself--quick and easy.
    Reviewed by 2016Review
    On 23-Oct-2016
    Subject:  Re: Looking for easy donation drop-off
    Comment:  Although their building is in contract as a development site (ugh), the Salvation Army depot in Clinton Hill is easy, easy, easy. You can pull right in front and the employees will approach you, take your stuff, and offer a form for a write-your-own receipt.. 22 Quincy St., open Mon-Sat 10-7. It is the last (first?) block of Quincy St. You can get there via Gates Ave. to Downing St. (between Grand and Classon) or Classon just north of Gates.
    Reviewed by
    On 27-Mar-2014
    Subject:  Re: Furniture Donations (Where the Agency will pick up?)
    Comment:  I've also had bad experiences with Salvation Army. They showed up, didn't have proper dollies, dragged the furniture through the basement and absolutely destroyed the pieces...then abandoned everything and left. I had to tip someone to remove it. Not cool at all.
    Reviewed by
    On 27-Mar-2014
    Subject:  Re: Furniture Donations (Where the Agency will pick up?)
    Comment:  Salvation Army will pick up, but if your experience is like ours, they will schedule the appointment for several weeks out, and when they do come, they will threaten to drive away and abandon the whole mission if they have to double-park (which they obviously will have to do), will not carry anything up or down any stairs.