DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

Your willingness to bring us your items reduces operating costs and is much appreciated!

Donation drop off is free of charge and you do not need to schedule.

Where to Give

Donations can be dropped off at either of our two locations…

Community Warehouse, Portland

Community Warehouse Portland

3969 NE MLK Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212
503.235.8786

Mon – Fri, 10am – 4pm

Community Warehouse, Tualatin

Community Warehouse Tualatin

8380 SW Nyberg St
Tualatin, OR 97062
503.347.2147

Mon – Fri, 10am – 4pm

What We Accept

 

While there is no limit to the impact your donation has, there is a limit on what items we can accept. Get the low-down of what you can and cannot donate, as well as our most-needed items right here.

General Donation Guidelines

– Quality, gently used and new items accepted
– Items must in ready-to-use condition, with all parts assembled
– Upholstered items and mattresses must be free of stains, tears and pet hair
– Items must be from a non-smoking household
– Kitchen items must be clean and functional

Kitchenware

Yes, Please

  • Baking Pans + Dishes
  • Can Openers
  • Cooking Utensils
  • Cutting Boards
  • Dish Racks
  • Dish Sets + Glasses (microwave safe ONLY)
  • Kitchen Knives
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Pots + Pans
  • Silverware

No Thank You

  • Baby Items
  • Cracked or Chipped Dishes
  • Dishware With ANY Alcohol-Related Branding
  • Plastic Dinnerware
  • Plastic Dishware
  • Wine Glasses
  • Metal-rimmed dishes

Check out our Alternative Resources Guide for other options!

Small Kitchen & Household Appliances

 Yes, Please

  • Blenders + Mixers
  • Breadmakers
  • Coffee Makers (Traditional, Keurig)
  • Crock Pots + Slow Cookers
  • Electric Griddles
  • Electric Kettles
  • Instant Pots
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Pressure Cookers
  • Rice Cookers
  • Toasters + Toaster Ovens

  No Thank You

  • Espresso Machines
  • Fry Daddy’s
  • Hot Plates
  • Ice Cream Machines
  • Margarita Makers
  • Ovens/Stoves
  • Refrigerators/Mini Fridges/Wine Fridges
  • Washing Machines + Dryers

Check out our Alternative Resources Guide for other options!

Furniture

 Yes, Please

  • Armchairs
  • Kitchen/Dining Tables (5ft in length or dimension ; NO glass tops)
  • Kitchen Chairs
  • Sofas & Loveseats (8ft or smaller)
  • Coffee Tables (4ft x 3ft or smaller)
  • Hollywood Bed Frames (metal, collapsible)
  • Nightstands
  • Mattresses and Box Springs (not King size)
  • Dressers

  No Thank You

  • Armoires
  • Baby Items (cribs, beds, changing tables, high chairs, etc)
  • Booth Seating
  • Captain’s Beds
  • Console TV’s
  • Credenzas
  • Day Beds
  • Entertainment Centers
  • Glasstop Tables
  • Headboards & Footboards (wood or metal)
  • Light Fixtures (hardwire)
  • Loft Beds
  • Mattress Toppers (foam/feather)
  • Modular Furniture
  • Office Furniture (chairs, filing cabinets, modular furniture, cubicles)
  • Particle Board Furniture (no exposed particle board)
  • Patio Sets (plastic or glass)
  • Recliners
  • Sectionals
  • Sleeper Sofas
  • Trundle Beds
  • Wood Bed Frames

Check out our Alternative Resources Guide for other options!

Linens

 Yes, Please

  • Blankets, Quilts, & Comforters
  • Bath Mats (new only)
  • Duvet Covers
  • Pillowcases
  • Mattress Protectors
  • Sheets
  • Shower Curtains & Rings
  • Shower Linens (new ONLY)
  • Sleeping Pillows
  • Towels
  • Washcloths

  No Thank You

  • Bed Skirts
  • Draperies
  • Electric Blankets
  • Curtains (of any kind)
  • Linens with Stains or Tears
  • Mattress Toppers
  • Window Treatments

Check out our Alternative Resources Guide for other options!

To ensure that all donations are home-ready, we’ll inspect your donations as you drop them off. Don’t take it personally! We take our mission very seriously, and want the best for those who need it most.

Don’t see your item(s)? View our ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES GUIDE.

Every family that enters a housing assistance program worries how they will be able to live in an apartment when they don’t have a bed, a table, or plates. When we tell them Community Warehouse can provide the basic items they need to get started in their new place, their look of relief is so profound. People know what it means to be able to put a meal on the table, clean sheets on a bed, even a throw pillow on a couch. Those are the comforts of home that allow folks the breathing room to build a pathway for their future: create stability, meet their neighbors, stay. Megan Rorick Smith

Board Member & Housing Access Consultant