March 18th, 2019

Sell, Donate, and Recycle with Helen Adams Realty

The spring season brings a time of change, from daylight savings to spring cleaning. If you are thinking about doing a little spring cleaning of your own, use the Helen Adams Realty Donation Resource Guide as a tool for cleaning up and clearing out. Regardless the item type or the part of town you live in, our guide has several convenient options for you.

 

Many homeowners have treasured items they don’t wish to merely donate or recycle. For those distinguished items there is a list of local auctioneers, consignments, and appraisers. SouthEnd Exchange and Robbins Appraisals and Estate Sales are two examples of auctions and estate consignments available to people in the Charlotte area.

 

Other items are easily saved from the landfill and donated – often for a great cause. You’ll find included in this guide a diverse list of organizations that take items for a greater cause. Goodwill, The National Kidney Foundation of North Carolina, and Salvation Army are popular donation resources for clothing and household items.

 

Lastly, for those things that cannot be sold or donated, there is a list of recycle centers. Save it from the landfill – sell it, donate it or recycle it instead! Habitat for Humanity ReStore has locations ranging from Pineville to Lake Norman to the University area for your convenience.

 

If you’d like a copy of our Donation Resource Guide, feel free to reach out. The list is your complete guide to selling items, donating clothes, furniture, food, and bicycles or recycling in the Charlotte area.

 

Although this Donation Resource Guide names providers in one or more of these categories, the reader understands that Helen Adams Realty cannot guarantee the quality of service or level of expertise of any such provider.