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If you are downsizing, decluttering, or simply trying to do more with less, then you likely have stuff to donate. There are a lot of nonprofits and charities that could benefit from your items you are looking to rehome. Before heading out to a donation center, it’s a good idea to call or check out an organization’s website for donation details.

All for Reuse Map
tool uses consistent terminology to categorize companies and organizations, and allows folks to post information on a free website that lets people browse built environment organizations and companies by category, by region/state/province, etc.

Beltrami County donation guide

List of places accepting donations

Bridging donor resource list
A list of organizations provided by Bridging. The list includes where to donate items that Bridging does not want.

Building materials reuse outlets

List provided by Ramsey County of organizations that accept various building materials

Dakota County Reduce & Reuse Map

Interactive map that can be filtered by item type

Donate Good Stuff

Searchable database to donate items throughout Minnesota

Hennepin County Choose to Reuse

Searchable database to buy, donate, sell, repair, rent, and share items in and around Hennepin County

Otter Tail County Choose to Reuse

List of charities, thrift shops, consignment stores, building and healthcare equipment businesses accepting donations

    Ramsey County donation guide

    List of places to donate household items and clothing, along with organizations that offer pickup services

    Scott County WasteNavigator
    Interactive map that can be filtered by item type, includes donation locations

    The Freecycle Network

    Free, internet-based swap shop

    Washington County donation guide

    List of charities, thrift shops, and consignment stores

    Western Lake Superior Sanitary District disposal guide

    Searchable guide including information on donating usable items in the region in and around Duluth, Minnesota

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    This list is provided as a guide to direct your donation, repair, resale, and rental questions. It is not exhaustive, nor does it constitute an endorsement of any of the businesses listed.

    Last updated: February 1, 2022

    Reuse Minnesota was founded in 2012 and is a member-based nonprofit that supports repair, resale, and rental businesses, bringing visibility to the reuse sector as a means to lower our state's impact on the environment.

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