Donate Your Stuff
The Chicago Wolves would like to help you donate your stuff by following three easy steps!
STEP 1: Pick what you would like to donate
Choose from the list below to find an organization that accepts the corresponding items:
- Household Items
- Sports Equipment
- Bikes and Motorized Vehicles
- Clothes and Shoes
- Electronics and Media
STEP 2: Find a place to donate
Choose from the list below to find out what type of donations each organization accepts and how to donate.
The mission of Book Worm Angels is to foster the development of recreational reading habits beyond the classroom among students in underperforming schools. They provide fun, recreational books to stock in-classroom lending libraries for pre-kindergarten through eighthægrade. Drop off donations at the Chicago Wolves front office.Visit Website
The goal of the Chicago Public School system is to offer high-quality, world-class education to students living in Chicago to ensure that every child is on track to graduate prepared for success in college, work and life. Contact Chicago Wolves front office to arrange drop off/pickup.Visit Website
The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Donation drop-off locations provided on site.Visit Website
Flood Brothers wants to manage the footprint we leave on our environment, whichæhelps to provide clean air and land for our children. Recycling not only conserves our natural resources, it helps to sustain our environment. That reduces the need for landfilling and incineration, saves energy, and prevents pollution. Donation drop-off locations provided on site.Visit Website
Little Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation's mission is to raise money and awareness of neuroblastoma, a unique form of pediatric cancer, and to provide a resource for families and hope for those affected by this terrible disease. Drop off donations at the Chicago Wolves front office.Visit Website
Savers Thrift Superstore is a leader and pioneer in the retail thrift industry that supports over 140 nonprofit organizations across the country. Savers donates profits to local community programs, one of which is a Chicago Wolves Charity: Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago. Donation drop-off locations provided on site.Visit Website
The Sue Duncan Children's Center is an after-school mentoring and tutoring program that serves children from some of Chicago's most impoverished neighborhoods. Their mission is to serve as a safe haven for children, where staff work closely to strengthen core academic skills while also developing self-esteem, respect for others, and a sense of hope. Donation drop-off location provided on site.Visit Website
The Cara Program prepares and inspires motivated individuals to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty to transform their lives, and to forge paths to real and lasting success by providing training and job placements for those who complete the program. Donation drop-off locations provided on site.Visit Website
The Recyclery Collective builds community through the restoration of donated and discarded bicycles. It is a nonprofit used-bicycle collective where donated bicycles are given to people in need through their Freecyclery program, used in their youth classes, or repaired by a mechanic and sold for an affordable price. Donation drop-off location provided on site.Visit Website
Working Bikes Cooperative gives new life to old bikes and independence to those who ride them in the underserved communities of Chicago, Africa, Central America and South America. Working Bikes Cooperative repairs some of these bikes for local donation and sale to help fund the overseas shipment and donation for all of the remaining bicycles. Donation drop-off location provided on site.Visit Website
STEP 3: DONATE
The Chicago Wolves would like to THANK YOU for your donation! For any additional questions, please feel free to contact Becky Jarosch at email@example.com or (847) 832-1954.
Where To Donate Bikes And Motorized Vehicles
The following organizations accept bike and motorized vehicle donations: Bikes Savers Thrift Superstore Girls In The Game ...
Where To Donate Clothes and Shoes
The following organizations accept clothes and shoe donations: Women's Clothes Savers Thrift Superstore: clothes and accessories The C...
Where To Donate Electronics and Media
The following organizations accept electronic device and media donations: Electronics Savers Thrift Superstore ARCOA ...
Where To Donate Food
The following organizations accept food donations: FOOD Facing Forward to End Homelessness: grocery gift certificates ...
Where To Donate Household Items
The following organizations accept household item donations: Bedroom/Bathroom Linens Savers Thrift Superstore: sheets, blankets, pillows, curtains Facing ...
Where To Donate Sports Equipment
The following organizations accept sports equipment donations: SPORTS EQUIPMENT Savers Thrift Superstore: sports and exercise equipments, skis Chicago Public S...
Where To Donate Toys
The following organization accepts toy donations: TOYS Little Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation ...
Where To Donate Other Items
The following organizations accept other item donations: Office/School Supplies The Recyclery St. Leonard’s Ministries...