A Guide to Donations
All donations are currently suspended. Please hang on to your corona closet clean out items until further notice, we're going to need them!
Last year, your donations helped people in your community access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed. Your impact does not end there — the planet also benefits when you choose to donate your items at Browse ‘N Buy. One of our goals is to keep clothing and household items out of landfills.
Donations are accepted year-round Monday-Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
We are closed on Sundays.
We accept most clothing and household items. Make your donation count by donating items that are free of stains, rips, and tears, are in working condition, and contain all of their pieces and parts.
There are items that we cannot accept due to a limitated storage space. Additonally, anything that is recalled, banned or do not meet current safety standards are unacceptable.
ITEMS WE DO NOT ACCEPT
DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS
- Large appliances such as washers and dryers
- Furniture that is broken, torn, or stained
- Automobile batteries or tires
- Exercise machines
- Large electronics/tube televisions/computers
- VHS players
- Cell phones
DUE TO HEALTH & SAFETY
- Mattresses/box springs/bed frames
- Car seats/cribs
- Window blinds
- Hazardous materials (pesticides, paints, oils, acids, etc.)
WHAT DO I DO WITH THE STUFF YOU DON'T TAKE?
If it’s something that is broken, poses a health or safety risk or is an electronic contact the Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling at 307-733-7678 to see if it can be recycled. If it’s something large, contact Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 307-734-0389.
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If it’s a questionable, it's best to give us a call first to find out any rules or restrictions about these items.