Where to Donate Clothing, Household Items, Toys, and More in Wichita

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Where to Donate Items in Wichita

Wondering what to do with the abundance of unwanted clothing in the bags from your closet? What about clothing your children have outgrown? Frozen breastmilk in the freezer? Baby items, nursing supplies, food, stuffed animals, furniture, appliances, books, office supplies, or animal treats? Whatever it is you’re wanting to get rid of, there is an organization available to help provide your items to those in need. We have gathered a list of local organizations accepting donations of all kinds! 

Infant/Children Focused Donations

The Treehouse

151 N. Volutsia

Donations accepted: new baby items, formula, mommy items, children’s clothing, educational items
(view their link above for a full list of items)

The Treehouse helps economically challenged moms and children with basic necessities & programs.

Young Life Wichita

3700 E. Douglas Ave. Suite 12 (in Clifton Square, next to Ziggys)

Donations accepted: diapering items, baby clothes, items, & equipment (swings, cribs, etc)

*If you would like to provide a meal for young moms in high school, please contact Young Life directly. 

Young Life  seeks to help pregnant and parenting teens. This is accomplished through mentor relationships that model unconditional love by addressing their unique needs while helping them grow in their faith. 

Rainbows United of Sedgwick & Butler Counties

Kids’ Point (admin) – 3223 N. Oliver; Wichita

Kids’ Cove (infant/toddler/preschool) – 2258 N. Lakeway Circle; Wichita

Bright Beginnings (infant/toddler) – 409 N. Main; El Dorado

Donations accepted: diapers/wipes, backpacks, child sized beds/furniture, sippy cups, infant/toddler toys, preschool supplies, books

(view their link above for a full list of items)

Rainbows United has a mission to enhance the lives of children with special needs and their families by bringing together community resources and customized services.

Carpenter Place

1501 N. Meridian

Donations accepted: food items, hygiene/feminine supplies, girl clothing, furniture, school supplies

Carpenter Place provides a safe home environment for girls who may be struggling with family issues, substance abuse, truancy, legal issues, broken adoptions, sexual exploitation, abandonment, homelessness, physical/emotional abuse, neglect, and a host of other issues.

Wichita Children’s Home

7271 E. 37th Street N. (open 8-4 M-F)

Donations accepted: *NEW ITEMS ONLY* baby items, children & teen clothing/shoes

The Wichita Children’s Home offers the only emergency, temporary residential shelter for children in our community. The Home is open 24/7, 365 days a year, and keeps about 1,500 children safe each year. 

SCARF – Sunlight Children’s Advocacy & Rights Foundation

1918 N. Prairie Creek Rd; Andover
110 S. Gordy; El Dorado

Donations accepted: children’s items

SCARF services neglected & abused children in Butler County. The mission of SCARF is to provide resources and facilities that support and protect abused and neglected children and their families.

Wesley Children’s Hospital

With limited storage space, they ask that you please contact them directly for current needs (clothing, blankets, toys, etc). 

NICU (neonatal unit) – [email protected]
PICU (pediatric unit) – [email protected]

Breastmilk Centers

To donate breastmilk, contact either of the following organizations:

Wesley Donor Milk Program – Click HERE 
Via Christi Milk Bank Depot – Click HERE

Family Focused Donations

Wichita Family Crisis Center

1111 N. St Francis
Donations accepted: TOYS! Household items (kitchen, bedding, cleaning), food items, clothing of all sizes (view their link above and click on their WISH LIST for a full list of items – it’s a LONG list)

Formerly known as the YWCA, the mission of the Wichita Family Crisis Center is to eliminate domestic violence in our community by supporting survivors through shelter, education, and advocacy.

Open Door by United Methodist Church

402 E. 2nd Street

Donations accepted: family clothing, small appliances, bedding

(view their link above for a full list of items)

Open Door’s focus is to meet the basic needs of people in poverty in the most efficient and effective way possible, while collaborating with other agencies to do so.

Harbor House by Catholic Charities, Inc Diocese of Wichita

437 N. Topeka Street

Donations accepted:
toiletries, clothing, school supplies, housewares

(view their link above for a full list of items)

Harbor House exists to help break the cycle of violence against women and their children, as well as men by providing them a safe place to stay and many support services.

Ronald McDonald House of Wichita

551 N Hillside, Suite #100

Donations accepted:
Wish List items (visit link above for current needs) 

The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” experience for sick children and their families. With a brand new state of the art facility at Wesley, the RMHC of Wichita is able to provide lodging and meals for over 1600 families each year!

Orphan Grain Train

911 E. Maple (receives donations Wednesdays & Saturdays from 10am – 2pm)

Donations accepted:
clothing, household goods, school & medical supplies

Orphan Grain Train is a volunteer network that shares personal and material resources with needy people in America and around the world. 

In the Bag Cleaners “Warm Hearts Donation Drive” (October – January)

Any of the 15 local In the Bag Cleaners locations 

Donations accepted:
coats, jackets, sweaters, mittens, gloves, scarves, blankets

In the Bag Cleaners collects warm weather items for The Salvation Army’s Warm Hearts Coat Drive. As an added benefit when you drop off donations, you will receive a 30% OFF coupon with your donation for use on a future dry cleaning or laundry order! (one per visit)

HumanKind Ministries of Wichita

829 N. Market Street

Donations accepted:
non-perishable food, blankets, new/gently-used coats, hats, mittens, scarves, gifts for teens

HumanKind Ministries provides street outreach, shelter, affordable housing, supportive services, and basic needs to those experiencing homelessness or poverty in Sedgwick County.

Airman’s Attic & Loan Closet @ McConnell AFB

Located on McConnell Air Force Base in Building 338 on Parsons Street
*anyone can donate, but must have a military ID to enter security gates when dropping off donations (contact McConnell for any questions)

Donations accepted: uniforms, kids & adult clothing, gently used appliances

Airman’s Attic is for McConnell Air Force pilots, veterans, & their families to furnish their homes & closets while living in Wichita temporarily.  

Men/Women Focused Donations

Dress for Success of Wichita

1422 N. High Street
316-945-8779 (call ahead, as they often times reach clothing capacity)

Donations accepted: interview appropriate clothing, professional attire/shoes, jewelry, handbags
(view their link above for a full list of items)

Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Cricket Alley Ministries

9334 W. Central

Donations accepted:  women’s clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories

Cricket Alley Ministry helps local women ages 15-25, recovering from life challenges by providing them with apparel, fashion guidance and beauty/hygiene supplies and education.

Great Beginnings Boutique in El Dorado

103 N. Main; El Dorado, Kansas

Donations accepted:  women’s clothing, shoes, purses, accessories, & hair/skin products

Great Beginnings Boutique is an upscale women’s clothing and accessories resale boutique. All proceeds are used to fund the local Pregnancy and Family Resource Center.

Furniture & Appliance Donations

His Helping Hands by Central Christian Church

1441 E. 37th Street N.

Donations accepted:
furniture, appliances, household items, computers, automobiles, food, clothing


His Helping Hands is a community ministry, helping families suffering through natural disasters, any below the poverty line, or those considered “at risk.”

Faith Builders

1855 S. Rock Road (please schedule a drop off time: 316.200.0768 or email [email protected])

Donations accepted:  baby clothing & items, school supplies, large household furniture & appliances

FaithBuilders reaches out to serve children and families who are in crisis in our community. 

DAV Stores

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS {east, south, southeast, midtown}
Pick Up Department 316-262-7440
During warmers seasons, please call ahead to schedule pick up times. 

Donations accepted:
any gently used items, furniture of all sizes included

DAV accepts all donations and sells them in local stores.  That money is used to help with transportation to medical appointments at the VA and many other services for our disabled veterans right here in the Wichita area.

Book/School Supply Donations

Local Schools

Contact any local elementary/middle/high schools near you. Most will accept donations for classroom libraries & use.

Many preschool and elementary teachers have reading corners in their classrooms. This is a great place to donate any used STUFFED ANIMALS! Call around any nearby schools to see if there are any teachers in need of stuff animals if you have some to donate. 

Story Time Village

2821 E 24th St N
*To donate, please schedule an appointment: 316.350.4511 or [email protected]

Donations accepted: board books, picture books, alphabet books, books about numbers, colors, animals, shapes, and words, story books, rhyming books, Dr. Seuss books, multicultural books, books in Spanish, & chapter books

Storytime Village provides books and quality literacy programs to underserved children in Kansas to help them succeed in school and in life. 

Wichita Little Free Libraries

*Use the Little Library Locator to find libraries closest to you. There are about 50 in the Wichita area. For large donations, please contact Wichita Little Free Libraries on Facebook. 

Donations accepted:  books, esp children’s & young adult fiction

Little Free Libraries are cabinet-size boxes that anyone can install in their community as a spot where neighbors can share books. Besides just bringing people together, increasing access to reading materials helps improve literacy for all ages!

Animal Focused Donations

Beauties & Beasts, Inc.

114 S. Pattie Street

Donations accepted: treats, food, toys, puppy pads, kitty litter, bleach, clorox wipes, paper towels, laundry/dish soap

Beauties & Beasts works to rescue Death Row animals at the shelter in danger of euthanasia and place them in adopter or foster homes that will provide them the love and care they need to become happy, healthy, animals. 

Save the Kitties

233 S. Georgie Ave Suite B, Derby KS 67037

Monetary donations or shop our amazon wish list here: https://linktr.ee/savethekittiesbh4lp

Donations accepted:  non-clumping litter, paper towels, bleach, dish soap, heavy-duty 32-gallon trash bags, cleaning supplies, dry cat food (preferred Hills Science diet brand), new or used towels and small sheets or bedding, new or used clean cat supplies (towers, carriers, bowls, etc).

Save the Kitties is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cat shelter only run by volunteers in Derby, KS. Our mission is to rescue cats on the euthanasia list, found as strays, or surrendered by their owner, find forever homes for our cats in our care, and assist in the effort to reduce overpopulation in the community.

Monetary Donations

Many people post often on the neighborhood groups, asking for recommendations on where they can gift monetary donations for birthdays, fundraisers, or other special occasions.

Any of the organizations listed above will typically accept donations in any amount. I’ve also listed some below that cannot take physical donations, but do accept monetary donations to use towards their services. 

**Please visit specific websites & contact any agency prior to making donations. Some have online donations set up, some can only accept in person, or some even have both options. 


ICT SOS is a completely donor-funded in our fight against human trafficking in Wichita. 

Wesley Children’s Foundation

Wesley Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to providing support to every child and family across the state of Kansas. 

Wichita Mom is the go-to parenting resource for Wichita Area families, providing practical information and helpful resources as well as connecting moms to our local community and each other.


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