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Make a Donation for a Nonprofit Charity and Help Kidney Patients in Columbus, Central Ohio & throughout the Nation

Donation for Nonprofit ColumbusMaking a donation for a local nonprofit is a wonderful way for residents of Columbus to help those in need. National Kidney Services (NKS), a locally based kidney disease organization, encourages you to contribute used clothing and household items to our worthy cause. With your help, we are able to assist the National Kidney Foundation in sustaining programs for kidney disease awareness, prevention, and legislation.

NKS has established an extensive donation pickup service for our donors in Columbus, Dayton, Lancaster, Delaware, Springfield, and the surrounding communities. Our reliable, professional pickup drivers will come right to your home or office, collect your contributions at no charge, and provide you with a receipt for your tax-deductible* items, so charitable giving has never been easier or more convenient.

NKS accepts a wide variety of items, so you’re sure to find a donation for our nonprofit somewhere in your home. You can donate:

  • Televisions, radios, DVD players, and other electronics
  • Men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing
  • Silverware, glassware, dish sets, and cookware
  • CDs, DVDs, video games, and other multimedia
  • Miscellaneous decorative items
  • Small furniture and small appliances
  • And much more

If you have used items to donate, but aren’t sure if we accept them as a donation for our nonprofit, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can add your name and phone number to our standard weekday donation pickup list by calling 614-351-2900 or filling out our online form. Expedited pickups and Saturday collections for large donation loads (such as the unsold items from yard sales, community sales, and estate sales) are also available upon request.

*To the fullest extent allowed by law