Layers Deep is your Chaos Control’s
Columbus Charity List
"Helping you take control of the chaos in your life"

Once you know you want it to leave your life, where do you donate unwanted items?

Below is my list of charities that will accept your unneeded items and help connect them to someone who needs them.

All phone numbers listed are in the 614 area code.

These charities
will send a truck
to pick up your donations
drop off only
is noted.

They all will give you a
Donation Receipt
to apply against your taxes.

414-0427 Kevin Blackledge
Kevin’s cell phone 206-2725

anything having to do with building and can help to remodel a house, including light fixtures, appliances, tools, lawn & garden, etc.


furniture, all appliances, small desks, and misc. kitchen items, etc.


food and personal care items for food pantry
Drop Off Only

1-800-GIVE-LIFE or 1-800-448-3543

blood donations always needed!

I have donated over 6 gallons of my blood. Please Give Blood & Give Life! and get a free cookie.

294-5181 x0

clothing, furniture, small appliances like TV, VCRs, radios, kitchenware, etc. & vehicles
for vehicle donations please call 444-2886
Drop Off Only


small household items and clothing, including vehicles.
One man must be able to load your donation.

221-4269 x360

furniture, clothing, household items, bicycles, mattresses, etc. including vehicles
for vehicle donations please call 1-888-999-2769


furniture, household, clothing, linens, tools, lawn mowers, appliances, exercise equipment, etc. including vehicles
for vehicle donations please call 870-7500

Some items are not accepted by charities, however, you can still find a good home for them with:
OSU College of Nursing

David Sprouse: Clinical Assistant Professor

Nursing medical supplies that are still usable including hospital beds, wheelchairs, sterile needles, etc.
NO: medication

National OfficeWarehouse

Mike Burroughs: Store manager
contact him directly regarding any office furniture to buy
or donations of office furniture

Additional donation resources are available at the Columbus Metropolitan Library reference desk:

First Link Directory of Human Services
complete listing of all charities in Central Ohio

The Columbus Metropolitan Library is one of the best in the world.
Check out books, videos, dvds, audio books, & more.

This is one of the ways I personally combat clutter.

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