Donate Building Materials & Tools
DONATING BUILDING MATERIALS AND HOMEGOODS
We accept donated building materials, certain homegoods and furniture items at our Philly Reclaim shop during normal business hours. and provide a donation receipt for all contributions. We are an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. This means that most contributions, both monetary and in-kind (goods or services), are tax-deductible.
Your generous contribution helps us provide material processing training and the proceeds from the recycle, reuse or resale of the items helps to fund our job training programs.
How to Donate
We can accept your donation at the Philly Reclaim Store during our normal business hours. Please enter through the storefront and let a sales representative know you need unloading assistance in Bay 2. We want to ensure your items are reused and recycled properly so it’s imperative that you do not dump items outside our location. We are happy to receive your donations during our business hours.
What to Bring and What Not to Bring
Please note the requirements for making donations – we do not have the fund to pay for hauling for materials we cannot use.
DONATIONS OF TOOLS AND JOBSITE SUPPLIES
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
CRITICAL USE TOOLS ALWAYS NEEDED
SPECIALTY DECONSTRUCTION TOOLS
SANITATION, STORAGE, & SECURITY
Filing requirements for deductions of noncash charitable contributions
If the total deduction for all noncash contributions for the year is less than $5,000, Section A of the form must be filled out. If the total deduction is over $5,000, you must complete Section B for each item or group of similar items you are claiming. Contributions greater than $5,000 require an appraisal from a qualified, independent appraiser. (Appraisal Requirements for Noncash Charitable Contributions)