Where to Donate Clothes in Dallas/Fort Worth

Over these next couple of weeks, we’re hoping to inspire you to de-clutter your apartment and help someone in need. Move For Free is highlighting just a few of the charitable organizations in San Antonio, DFW, Austin and Houston that accept clothing donations as part of a bigger mission. We realize there are several other incredibly worthwhile charities – and ask that you leave links to your favorite donation organizations in the comments section, on our Facebook page or on Twitter.

Last week, we told you of places for clothing donations in San Antonio. This week, it’s the DFW Metroplex.

Goodwill of Dallas

How to donate: Goodwill has 25 donation stations in the DFW area. Click here to find the location nearest you.
Clothing needs: Goodwill accepts clothing donations of all kinds for men, women and children, along with jewelry and shoes.
The mission: Goodwill’s mission is to provide job training for the disadvantaged and disabled. Donations help pay for those career-training programs.

Genesis Shelter

How to donate: You can drop off donations at the Genesis Benefit Thrift Store at 3419 Knight Street. You can also call (214) 520-6644 to schedule a pickup.
Clothing needs: The shelter accepts clothing donations for men, women and children, along with shoes, purses and accessories.
The mission: The Genesis Shelter provides shelter and services to abused women and their children.

Salvation Army

How to donate: Donations can be dropped off at 15 locations across the Metroplex. Click here to find the location closest to you. Click here to see if pickup is available in your neighborhood.
Clothing needs: Clothing donations for men, women and children of all sizes are accepted.
The mission: The Salvation Army provides spiritual, social and emotional support for men who are trying to rebuild their lives.

Safe Haven

How to donate: There are two locations to drop off donations: The Arlington Resource Center at 401 W. Sanford Suite 1400 in Arlington and Berry Good Buys at 1701 W. Berry Street in Fort Worth. You can also call (817) 921-5898 to schedule a pickup.
Clothing needs: Clothing for women and children is accepted, along with underwear, pajamas, hats, belts, shoes and purses.
The mission: Safe Haven donations go to help victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives.

AMVETS

How to donate: Dropoffs can be made at the Second Avenue Thrift Store (4640 Second Avenue) and the Garland Road Thrift Store (10030 Garland Road). Click here to see if pickup is available in your neighborhood.
Clothing needs: Clothing for men, women and children of all sizes is accepted.
The mission: AMVETS works behind the scenes to make sure our veterans receive their rightful benefits.