Donate

dishesResale Depot would not exist without the generosity of the Jackson community. By donating gently used household goods, clothing and furniture everyone can help us Make Shopping Matter. (See below for exclusions.)

Do you have large furniture or a large group of items? Give us a call and we may be able to arrange a pickup.

How to Donate

Bring items to Resale Depot anytime during our normal business hours: Monday through Friday 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. The donation door is located on the west side of the building or you can bring donations in the main entrance as well. Donations are tax deductible and we are always happy to provide a tax receipt.

Are there items I can’t donate?

Tube televisions
Computer equipment
Printers
Infant car seats
Non-working appliances
Non-working electronics
Scanners
Drop-side cribs
Soiled mattresses
Ripped, stained or overly worn furniture
Bowling balls
Chemicals
Paints or solvents
Entertainment centers
Gas cans
Kerosene heaters
Propane tanks
Tires

Pickup Information

To schedule a pickup, call Resale Depot at 517-780-9099. We will pick up nearly anywhere in Jackson County (see below for details and disclaimer).

What will we pick up?

Large Items of Furniture – If you have gently used couches, dressers, dining room tables or any other large furniture, we may be able to pick them up.

Garage Sales – Got items left over at the end of a sale? Donate them! All items must be boxed or bagged before arrival.

Church or Organizational Rummage Sales – After these types of sales are over, it can be a struggle to decide what to do with the remaining items. Let us help you with that!

Estates – It is always difficult when a loved one dies. There are many details to navigate, one of which is deciding what to do with their belongings. By donating them, you help that person continue making a difference even after they are gone.

Disclaimer

We do reserve the right to refuse items (either on pickups or at the store) that are too deteriorated for us to resell. We also reserve the right to choose not to pick up items that would not have enough value to make the trip worth the time and expense involved.