where to donate near shirlington

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Where can I donate large items at the library?

Jul 20, 2021 · Board OKs Park Shirlington Renovation, Amazon Land Donation. ... the Board took action to approve an agreement with Amazon to develop affordable housing near its HQ2. Amazon will donate a $40 ...

Where can you donate used clothes at the mall?

Arlington Free Clinic, Inc. Location: Arlington, VA. 4.95455 stars. 22 reviews. john81 wrote: As a long-term financial donor (from the clinic's early years) and as a public health professional, I feel that the Arlington Free Clinic has done an exceptional job at serving the local community in a cost efficient manner.

Where can I volunteer to help run a book sale?

The Animal Welfare League of Arlington is a registered 501 (c)3 charitable organization. Our Federal Tax ID is 54-0603502. All donations are deductible to the fullest extent of the law. For questions or concerns about a recent donation, please …

How can I donate to the Northern Virginia food bank?

Thank you for your commitment to the work we do at Women Giving Back! Your gift to Women Giving Back, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Donations by Mail. If you would like to donate by mail please send your check to: Women Giving Back. 20 Export Drive. Sterling, VA 20164.

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What is the Partnership for Food Safety Education?

The Partnership for Food Safety Education offers critical information to all of us about how to handle food safely. The simple messages of clean, separate, cook, and chill help us know exactly how we can protect ourselves and our families easily and effectively.... more »

Who is Greg Smith?

My name is Greg Smith, a member of the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) Board of Directors and the parent of a child with autism. I am pleased that I have an opportunity to talk about OAR. I have been involved with OAR for almost 10 years and... more »

What is AAH in Uganda?

Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH) is a phenomenal organization doing top rate education and health work in rural Uganda, one of the poorest countries in the world. They work in one of the poorest parts of Uganda, a remote area with dirt roads, little electricity,... more »

Your support means the world to our community and our pets

For more than 75 years AWLA has served the Arlington community and beyond providing resources, care, and protection. Your donations keep pets and people together.

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Your financial support provides accessible and affordable programs and services to help pet owners keep their animals healthy, happy, and home.

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On the morning of Valentine's Day, we received an urgent message - one of our rescue partners in West Virginia had just taken in a horrifically injured cat and needed our help.

7th Annual AFAC Golf Tournament

Buy Sponsorships AFAC’s 7th Annual Golf Tournament, sponsored by Williams & Connolly will be held on Monday, September 20, 2021 at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington! At this moment, tournament spots are limited to sponsorships. Golfer perks include: Two hot meals (lunch and dinner) Beverages available before and…

Food Donation Locations

Here are the following locations that have food drive boxes that will accept food donations from the community. Some locations have ongoing hours, while others are only available for a certain time. If you would like to host a food…

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Ongoing Needs

Food

  1. Grocery store gift cards (Giant, Safeway, Harris Teeter, Target, & Walmart)
  2. Hunger Resource Center:
  3. Macaroni & cheese, boxed meals (e.g. Hamburger Helper), cereal, canned fruit, applesauce, canned meat, boxed/canned potatoes, condiments, ravioli, canned beans
  4. Multicultural Center: Non-perishable, non-canned food items, including: bags of dried beans, …
  1. Grocery store gift cards (Giant, Safeway, Harris Teeter, Target, & Walmart)
  2. Hunger Resource Center:
  3. Macaroni & cheese, boxed meals (e.g. Hamburger Helper), cereal, canned fruit, applesauce, canned meat, boxed/canned potatoes, condiments, ravioli, canned beans
  4. Multicultural Center: Non-perishable, non-canned food items, including: bags of dried beans, bags of rice, bags of pasta, beef jerky, dried fruit, oatmeal, granola bars, black tea (loose or in bags...

Clothing

  1. Men’s/women’s clothing and shoes, especially black work shoes, black work pants and polo-type shirts
  2. Business clothes – Please note that Training Futures is not currently accepting clothing donations as our Clothing Closet is full. At this time, please direct donations to our thrift store.
  3. Shower shoes – SERVE Family Shelter
  1. Men’s/women’s clothing and shoes, especially black work shoes, black work pants and polo-type shirts
  2. Business clothes – Please note that Training Futures is not currently accepting clothing donations as our Clothing Closet is full. At this time, please direct donations to our thrift store.
  3. Shower shoes – SERVE Family Shelter
  4. Baby clothing

Household Items

  1. Baby Items: Crib sheets & small blankets (new or gently used), baby-proofing safety items (i.e. outlet covers), new baby bottles, new sippy cups, baby monitors, strollers, wipes, diapers, cribs (mu...
  2. Laundry:Powdered Laundry Detergent (baby-safe), Detergent (especially detergent pods), fabric softener sheets
  1. Baby Items: Crib sheets & small blankets (new or gently used), baby-proofing safety items (i.e. outlet covers), new baby bottles, new sippy cups, baby monitors, strollers, wipes, diapers, cribs (mu...
  2. Laundry:Powdered Laundry Detergent (baby-safe), Detergent (especially detergent pods), fabric softener sheets
  3. Bathroom:Shower curtains/liners, bathtub drain stoppers, bathtub safety mats, towels
  4. Kitchen (for SERVE Family Shelter):ziploc bags (all sizes), plastic food wrap and aluminum foil (large: 18-24 in. wide), paper bags, sandwich bags, plastic utensils, cups, napkins, bowls (for cerea...

Toiletries

  1. Diapers & Wipes (especially size 3-6)
  2. Toilet paper
  3. Toothbrushes (adult size) and toothpaste
  4. Body wash/soap, men’s/women’s deodorant, Neosporin ointment, hand sanitizer, lotion, feminine hygiene products (especially maxi pads)
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Toys

  1. Rattles – early childhood
  2. New toys, all ages – Gifting for Families (December only)
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Transportation

  1. Bus tokens/Metro SMART Cards – Early Childhood (parents), Training Futures, Housing & Homelessness, etc.
  2. Gas gift cards
  3. New car seats
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Art & Classroom Supplies

  1. Washable finger paint
  2. Washable tempura paint
  3. Art Kraft rolls (different colors)
  4. Manila Art paper
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Electronics

  1. Thumb Drives (minimum 4GB) – Training Futures
  2. Records & CDs – Thrift Store
  3. Electronic Games
See more on nvfs.org

Sports Equipment

  1. Bikes (kids, teens, adults)
  2. Children’s bike helmets (SERVE Family Shelter)
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