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Charitable Giving in Columbus, Dayton, Lancaster & the Surrounding Areas is Convenient and Rewarding

Charitable Giving ColumbusCharitable giving is easy when the organization you donate to offers free pickup service for your generous contributions. National Kidney Services (NKS) proudly serves residents of Columbus, Dayton, Lancaster, Delaware, Springfield, and elsewhere throughout Central Ohio by collecting your donations of used clothing and household items right from your home or business. We donate all proceeds generated from your contributions directly to the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), a nonprofit health organization dedicated to raising awareness about chronic kidney disease in the United States.

Below are just a few of the programs initiated by NKF that your charitable giving helps to sustain:

  • The Kappa Kidney Camp for children with kidney disease
  • Medical ID jewelry for patients with end stage renal disease
  • Literature and educational packets for patients and their families
  • Free kidney health screenings and blood pressure tests
  • Continuing education programs for medical professionals
  • And many more programs aimed at reducing the prevalence of chronic kidney disease

Gather donations for charitable giving from your home or office and join NKS and NKF in our fight to stop this debilitating illness. Simply collect clothing, books, toys, electronics, small furniture, decorative items, small appliances, or other donations and request a free pickup. Call 614-351-2900 to be added to our call list, or fill out our online form and we’ll contact you when donation pickups are being scheduled in your area. You can also bring a tax-deductible* donation for our nonprofit to any NKS donation drop box or donate items at any Ohio Thrift store in Columbus, Whitehall, Grove City, and Washington Court House.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law