Donate Clothing

Your unwanted designer clothing can provide access to vital resources for at-risk senior pets. Donate unwanted designer clothing to charity. Simply get a FREE label, box your items, and mail them to us. You may also make a donation to cover the cost of shipping once you receive your free label, if you would like.

It’s very simple to donate:

  • Gather and inspect your items
  • Add your contact information and a list with item values (for a donation receipt)
  • Fill a large box with your items (up to 70 pounds)
  • Get a mailing label & arrange a free Fedex pickup.

Types of women's or men's designer clothing we accept:

  • Jeans
  • Jackets
  • Blazers
  • Skirts
  • Pants
  • Dresses
  • New bras
  • Blouses
  • Tops
  • Activewear
  • New swimwear
  • Cover ups
  • New underwear
  • Shorts
  • Tops
  • Sweaters
  • Gloves, scarfs, hats
  • Sporting gear
  • Coats
  • Leisure wear
  • New pajamas

Please Note: We are only accepting guaranteed authentic designer clothing that is very gently used or brand new. Items should be freshly laundered, clean, odor free, and damage free with no rips, tears, holes, piling, or stains. 

Please do not send children’s or baby clothing, fur coats, formal wear, suits, or anything that has been altered.  We cannot accept used socks, bras, underwear, or pajamas. 

We hope you consider doing this, it GREATLY supports our mission. 

Why Donate to the Elderly Pet Organization?

  • Receive a tax deduction
  • Make space in your closet for new designer clothing
  • Make a difference in the life of an elderly pet
  • Feel great that you are putting your unwanted clothing to good use

Please note, you may mail a box heavier than 70 pounds but only one box per label is accepted. Your purchase of a label is also considered a tax deductible donation. We truly appreciate your support.

Learn about the Rehoming Project

The Elderly Pet Organization has initiated a national Rehoming Project to promote awareness about rehoming unwanted pets. If every unwanted pet was rehomed, as opposed to being surrendered to a shelter, we would greatly reduce overcrowding in shelters and we would eliminate premature euthanization due to shelter overcrowding.

If you would like to support the Elderly Pet Organization in its efforts to provide vital resources to at-risk senior pets and to promote awareness about responsible rehoming, consider making a donation today. Just $1 per day and we can change the course for millions of unwanted pets. 

 Make a Donation Today. 

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