Please donate all gifts-in-kind to The Salvation Army Thrift Stores, unless indicated on the list below. Your donations to the Thrift Stores benefit The Salvation Army, but the Lincoln Thrift Stores and the Lincoln Corps are operated separately from each other.
Donations which can be accepted at the Lincoln Corps, 2625 Potter Street:
- New or gently used hats, gloves and winter coats for our clients and Winter NightWatch program.
- Disposable diapers sizes 1 - 6 and wipes for our clients.
- New toys for children 0-14 for our Christmas program.
- Equipment for our basketball gym.
- Equipment for our community center (after-school program).
- Equipment for our office.
- Other equipment you feel we could use (please call).
Please call 474-6263 and check with staff to see if your donation can be used at the Corps. Otherwise drop off or arrange a pickup with the Thrift Stores. Thanks!
All other donations:
Lincoln Thrift Store
The Salvation Army Lincoln Family Store
Operated by The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center of Omaha, NE.
2711 S 48th Street
Lincoln NE 68506
Schedule a Pickup for Thrift Store Donations
Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) to discuss a pick up of your items or to find out the nearest drop off location.
The Salvation Army has more than 2,300 donation drop-off locations in North America to which you can bring your household items and material goods. These conveniently located Salvation Army drop-off sites include clearly labeled clothing bins, Family Thrift Stores and all Salvation Army service locations. Please call 1-800-SATRUCK to find your nearest drop-off location.
Due to the high volume of donations received and the limited number of trucks available to respond to pick up requests, The Salvation Army cannot schedule same-day pick ups. While we will try our best to work with your schedule, pick up appointments are usually scheduled to take place within 7-14 days from the time of the initial phone call. However, schedules may vary based on location, time of year and the number of trucks available in your area.
Due to laws and other regulations, there may be some items that we cannot accept as donations. For instance, tires, paint, windows, doors, water heaters, bathroom fixtures, and water beds are often problematic. If you have any questions about any of the items you wish to donate, please call 1-800-SATRUCK. Our representatives will be able to advise you based on your location.*
Also visit SATruck.org for information on donating your goods, including used vehicles, to help support our programs.
* Please note that office furniture is not currently accepted by our pick-up service.
Donation Do's and Don'ts
Do test all electrical and battery-operated equipment to make sure it is still working prior to donation
Do include all manuals, if available
Do include all pieces and/or parts
Do wash or dry-clean any clothing prior to donation
Do call ahead of time if dropping items off at a center or store
Do bring an itemized list of your donation and ask for a receipt
Do not donate broken or soiled items
Do not leave items outside a collection box or center
Do not donate items that have been recalled, banned or which otherwise do not meet current safety standards
Please continue your support! Your donations help The Salvation Army to fulfill its promise of Doing the Most Good to help the most people suffering the greatest need. Given the efficiency of our operations, The Salvation Army is consistently ranked as one of the world's top and most trusted charities and is one of America's first recyclers.
Our humanitarian work is made possible by donors like you.
Toy Recall Information
We at The Salvation Army are so grateful to the thousands of people who support our work and mission by donating their slightly used items to our stores and centers. In response to the recent toy recalls please help us to continue "doing the most good" by ensuring the safety of those who purchase items at our stores. We ask that you carefully read through the list of recalled toys before making a donation. Thank you for helping The Salvation Army.