Skip to main content

What to Donate

Spring Move-Out Items : 

The items listed below are the only items we are able to collect through the move-out process.

  • Hangers
  • School Supplies (binders, unused notebooks, paper, index cards, staplers and whole punches, scissors, pens and markers, etc.)
  • Kitchen items (dishware, mugs, cooking/eating utensils, kettles and water filters, etc.)
  • Small electronics (excluding large appliances and monitors) 
  • Lamps (must have light bulb) 
  • Fans 
  • Mirrors
  • Waste Bins
  • Hampers
  • Shower caddies
  • Decorations 
  • Small furniture 
  • Small rugs 
  • non-perishable food
  • clothing and shoes (will be donated to GreenDrop)

Items that are considered waste and should not be donated are 

  • Perishable food
  • Personal hygiene items 
  • Partially used shampoo, conditioner, lotions, etc.
  • Mattress pads and mattress toppers
  • Sheets, comforters, or used bedding
  • Pillows 
  • Heavily used or damaged and broken items 

To find out where to donate these items, see our 'Where to Donate' page. Each lounge will have designated boxes or areas for different item categories. To learn more, visit our 'Lounge Set Up and Categories' page. 

When deciding whether an item can be donated, be practical and respectful!

Do not donate items that are unhygienic or contain any personal identification.

Please place all items in bins in the correct designated area. For example, clothing and shoes goes in the large, GreenDrop cardboard box.


Free Store (Worthmore) Donations
    Books (Academic & Non-Academic) 
  • Notebooks and binders 
    Mirrors (not broken)
    Res hall decorations: posters, hanging lights, tapestries, etc
    Reusable water bottles and mugs (cleaned)
    School Supplies
    Trash/recycling bins
    Shower caddies
    Small electronics (e.g. chargers and power strips)
    Small furniture and clean rugs 
Off Campus (GreenDrop) Donations
    ALL Clothing and Shoes
    Mini Fridges (defrosted and clean ONLY!)
Items Not Accepted

The below items should be placed in trash dumpsters outside of the residence halls.

    Foam Mattresses, mattress pads, any bedding including sheets, blanket,  etc. 
  • Pillows and pillowcases
    Large Furniture
  • Perishable or open food 
  • Personal hygiene items 
  • Items that are heavily damaged or used