As part of the Office of Sustainability's Greening Move Out program last spring, we kicked off a new donation partnership with Grad Bag, an organization dedicated to finding new homes for unwanted, reusable products left behind by students at colleges and universities in the Northeast. In 2018 over 14,000 pounds of linens were collected, in addition to lamps, rugs, pillows, storage containers, fans, hangers and much more, providing dorm items to near
Moving out? Don't dump, donate!
Tuesday, June 6th, 3-7:00 pm
Wednesday, June 7th, 10 am-7:00 pm
We collect: furniture, refrigerators, clothing, books, school supplies, home furnishings, unopened food, electronics, and more.
Donations may be dropped off at the following tent locations: Little/Edwards/Witherspoon, Dod/McCormick/Art Museum, Pyne Hall, New South. Download the poster with locations (.pdf)
Consider donating your gently used furniture to Princeton University Preparatory Program First Year College Students.
They are looking for used mini-fridges, lamps, shelves, rugs, and any other college furniture/material in good condition.
Donations can be dropped off at 36 University Place, Suite 350.
If you are unsure if your item qualifies as gently used, you can reach out to our PUPP Alumni Fellow, Leslie Castrejon or call 609-258-0537.
This winter, gently used winter hats and gloves will be collected in the clear, tubular recycling bin at the GreenSpace Kiosk (located on the 100 level of Frist Campus Center). The collection will be held until early March.
Items will be donated to the Trenton Rescue Mission.
Got extra clothes that you don’t want to take home with you? Want to update your wardrobe for the summer without throwing out perfectly good clothes and spending money? If so, then come out to the EcoReps Clothing Swap! Trade in your washed, used clothes for some new ones.
Monday May 2nd 6pm -8 PM
Tuesday May 3rd 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Each January the Office of Community and Regional Affairs conducts a clothing drive to benefit HomeFront's Suitably Dressed, Dress for Success, Isles, and Operation Fatherhood of Trenton, Mercer County organizations who collect gently used business attire for men and women.