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Where to Donate Clothing Here in Philadelphia

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Let’s be real. We live in a society where consumption is the culture. We all buy things, and rightfully so, because we need them, but what if we started to put just as much thought into the end of that product’s lifespan as we do the beginning.

Styles change and trends move fast. So what do you do with your clothes when you don’t want them anymore? After swapping or selling your unwanted garments, consider donating them! Read on to learn where you can donate your unwanted clothing in Philadelphia.

Donation Centers

Always shop smart and for the long haul, invest in clothing that lasts! We understand some of those buys can be unavoidable, that’s why it’s important to think about where you can donate! If not, why not turn those old t-shirts into rags for cleaning? Or if that clothing is 100% cotton, compost it!

Broad Street Ministry

315 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19107

215-735-4847 /

As a faith-based organization that serves people experiencing poverty, Broad Street Ministry operates its clothing closet called 315 Threadz. They are seeking new or gently-used items: adult sneakers, backpacks, jeans, pants, shorts, and sweatpants.

Donations are accepted on an appointment basis on Mondays and Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. If you are interested see the email above.

The Wardrobe

1822 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19130

215-568-6693 /

Formally Career Wardrobe, The Wardrobe is a non-profit organization that donates professional clothing to unemployed job seekers for free. Career Wardrobe has people place their donations next to the side door on 19th street. Donations must be limited to five boxes or less, and they must be cleaned and packaged in a bag or box.

The non-profit is accepting no-contact donations on Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 4 p.m.

Circle Thrift

2233 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia Pa. 19125

215-423-1222 /

1125 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19147

215-468-0645 /

Circle Thrift sells items at a reduced price for the members of Fishtown, Kensington, and South Philadelphia communities. Circle Thrift primarily takes clothing donations, but they also accept donations of furniture, toys, and other household items.

Donations are accepted Friday through Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Green Drop


As a charitable donation service, Green Drop takes donations of gently-used clothing and household items and sells them to local thrift stores.

You can schedule an at-home pickup by heading over to their website.

Project HOME

Main office: 1515 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19130 

Sacred Heart Recovery Residence: 1315 W. Hunting Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19140


Project HOME serves people experiencing homelessness and poverty by connecting them to resources. The organization is in need of several items. Donations are accepted at either location Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Priority items include new sweatpants, jeans, shoes, and boots, t-shirts, and underwear. They are also collecting donations of new blankets, surgical masks, and various hygienic supplies.


Retriever is a pickup service that diverts waste from landfills by recycling or re-selling unwanted clothing and electronics. The company picks up clothing and smaller-sized electronics for free.

Donate by:

Texting PICKUP to 757-70-FETCH (757-703-3824) 

Calling 757-70-FETCH (757-703-3824)

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission

302 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19107


Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission serves people experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia. The Rescue Mission is accepting donations of Men’s clothing Monday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Here is a full list of donation items being accepted.

Philly Aids Thrift

Philly Aids Thrift supports local charities by taking donations and selling them to the Philadelphia community through their very own thrift store. Proceeds are distributed to local organizations involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Donations are accepted Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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