Sell? Donate? Recycle? Charlotte Guide

March 8th, 2019 By Daniel Fisher in Blog.

Many homeowners have treasured items they don’t wish to merely donate or recycle. Charlotte has a wide range of for profit and non profit options to assist you as you prepare to move.

SELL – Auctions and Estate Consignment

Classic Attic: Are you getting ready to move, redecorate or just clean out some rooms? Make some easy money with those things you no longer need. Empty YOUR attic into the CLASSIC ATTIC!, 704-521-3750.

Clearing House: Consigning with Clearing House is the easiest way for you to sell your fine furniture and accessories. We specialize in attractive furniture,
china, sterling, crystal, glassware, lamps, antiques, fine jewelry, paintings, small rugs, and similar quality items that will sell for at least $20., 704-375-7708.

Consignment 1st: Since 1987, Consignment 1st®has been the acknowledged leader for full service consignment. We specialize in the resale of upscale
furniture, home décor, antiques, collectibles, silver, porcelain and nostalgia from homes and businesses just like yours. 704-847-2620, [email protected],

Hall’s Auction: Estate, Personal Property and Business liquidation auctions. In business since 1980. Danny Hall,, 704-242-0488.

Robbins Appraisals & Estate Sales: Independent, well researched antiques and residential contents appraisals. Whether you’re buying, selling, downsizing, or insuring. Jan Durr,, 704-502-1513.

SouthEnd Exchange: Whether liquidating a business, downsizing, or handling the estate of a loved one, South End Exchange can manage all assets of your sale.
From taking inventory of your items, pricing, marketing and staffing the sale, to helping with clean up and donation of non saleable items. South End Exchange is a full service liquidation, estate, and tag sale business. 704-353-4600.

Tag Sale Treasures: Tag Sale Treasures’ owner Nancy Baldwin has been helping her clients sell their estates, downsize, and de-clutter since 1989. Nancy Baldwin,, 704-607-6225.

DONATE –  Clothing Home Goods & Electronics

Assistance League of Charlotte: Proceeds from the Thrift Shop help fund Assistance League of Charlotte philanthropic programs – gently used items such as furniture, clothing, books, toys, jewelry, household items, electronics, computers, shoes, sports equipment and baby items. All donations are tax deductible. 3405 S. Tryon Street, Charlotte, 704-525-5000,

Goodwill: Goodwill uses 90% of the revenue generated by your donations to train and equip people for jobs that lead to family-sustaining employment.
Bring us your gently used clothing, home accessories, computers and electronics…and see what a little good will do. All donations are tax deductible.

The National Kidney Foundation of North Carolina: Donations of used clothing and household items can be turned into valuable funding for health screenings, kidney disease education, research, patient advocacy, and much more. NKS welcomes a wide variety of donations, so it’s easy to fnd clothes and other items to
donate the next time you move. NKS accepts: Men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, Miscellaneous decorative items, Silverware, glassware, and tableware, Cookware, pots, and pans, Large and small furniture, Small appliances, Electronics, Books, Toys, Linens and more.  620 Montana Drive,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28216 888-899-3198,

Salvation Army Dress for Success: Operates retail thrift stores accepting home and clothing donations. Proceeds from stores benefit The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (132-bed free residential facility) for chemically addicted men. Schedule a pickup from your home or fnd drop off at a location near
you by visiting Special Donations for the Salvation Army Center of Hope Shelter (280-bed homeless shelter for women and children) include: diapers, feminine products, toiletries, towels and washcloths and bed linens. Drop off at the shelter, 534 Spratt Street, Charlotte, NC. For more information call 704-716-2769 or visit  
For any questions about donating to Dress for Success, please call 704-525-7706. 500 Clanton Rd, Charlotte, NC 28217, (704) 525-7706,,

Crisis Assistance Ministry: Operates a Free Store that provides donated clothing and household items at no charge to families in need. Blankets, men’s and children’s clothing, and personal care products are in high demand. (704) 371-3001, 500-A Spratt Street, Charlotte, NC 28206,

Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency: Provides services to refugees and plays a vital role in the resettlement in the Charlotte area. Donations of furniture, house-hold items, and beds are needed to furnish refugee apartments. Call the office to schedule an appointment for a pick-up. No appliances. (704) 535-8803,
5007 Monroe Road Suite 101,
Charlotte, NC 28205,

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