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Birthright is a non profit that helps low income families with maternity and baby items, such as clothing, blankets, toys, bottles, etc.

300 N Dakota Ave, Ste 501, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Call for drop off options – (605) 809-8409

For information about Birthright visit –

Center of Hope

The Center of Hope is a place for those struggling with difficult life issues.  People can come, be listened to, encouraged, and refreshed.

Our programs include our Bike-to-Work Ministry, Bible Studies, Faith Community Nurses, Mother Baby Baskets, Pastoral visits, Prayer, Sharing Christmas, Sports Night, Winter Clothing, and more!  Some Clothing items are free but most have a low cost to them.  The Bikes start at $5 and go up from there.  Each is priced by the condition and the brand name.

The pricing system allows recipient to have a sense of dignity and choice in the bike they receive.  There is also bike shop where owners of bikes are able to work on their bike and receive low cost parts.

For more information on each program, please see our website:  Check us out on Facebook and/or Twitter.

 We accepting donations of the following either new or gently used: 

  • Adult Bikes
  • Winter clothing for children through Adults (we are esp. in need of Men’s XX & XXX sizes and Elementary age children’s sizes
  • Men’s Blue Jeans, Black and Khaki pants

1905 E 8th St, Sioux Falls, SD

Clothing for Ethiopia and Liberia

Collecting clothing and shoes to be sent to Ethiopia and Liberia.

6100 W 43rd St #303, Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Ernest Gayetaye

Compass Center

The Compass Center is a non-profit organization founded in 1976 and exists to come alongside individuals as they navigate the journey to healing for all affected by sexual, relational, and family trauma.  The Compass Center provides crisis intervention, counseling, and advocacy to children, adolescents, and adults (both male and female) who are survivors of domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, and human trafficking/sexual exploitation.  All survivor services are free and confidential, and the organization does not discriminate on any basis. Counseling services are provided by licensed counselors or counselors under supervision.  Play Therapy is offered to children ages 3-12.  Other counseling services include Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), as well as traditional counseling to teens and adults.

The Compass Center accepts new toys to utilize for play therapy, as well as children waiting with a caregiver who may be receiving counseling or advocacy services. The Compass Center also is in need of new hygiene items like deoderent, toothpaste, tampons, etc.

The Compass Center is open:
Monday – 9am-5pm
Tuesday – 9am-5pm (5pm-8pm by appointment only)
Wednesday – 9am-5pm
Thursday – 9am-5pm (5pm-8pm by appointment only)
Friday – 9am-12pm (Administration Office Only)

Items may be dropped off during business hours. Our location is in the Willow Creek Professional Building at 1704 S Cleveland Ave, Suite 3, Sioux Falls, SD.

For more information about the Compass Center or donation needs, please contact us at (605)33-0116 or e-mail

Facebook: The Compass Center | Facebook

Compassion in Action

Compassion In Action was created to raise funds to support patients and families battling blood disorder cancers and/or awaiting a bone marrow transplant with financial assistance for additional expenses associated with their illness. Working with the Avera McKennan Foundation in Sioux Falls, SD, two families affected by Leukemia created this fund as a way to give back and to provide others an avenue to help those in need.

We collect left-over rummage items and then hold 6 rummages per the year.  100% of the proceeds from the rummages are donated to the charity.

Your donation is tax-deductible.

We do not accept furniture or electronics or large appliances.

If you have items you wish to donate please call any of the following:

Sheila Phillips 605-212-1142
Terri Hermanson 605-212-1385
Jean Plucker 605-951-3787

We will pick up items at your place at your convenience.

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ERFPN Foster Care Clothing Closet

We are 5 foster Moms (Sara, Holly, Krista, Marla and Tessa) who work in and with the East River Foster Parent Network (ERFPN). We work with DSS and foster parents to get those much-needed clothes to children of all ages who are in foster care.  

4515 E 26th St, Suite B, Sioux Falls, SD

The East River Foster Parent Network works to provide the following services for children in foster care:


  • Activity reimbursement scholarships
  • Camp reimbursement scholarships
  • Clothing
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Beds
  • Dressers

While continuing to provide these on-going services, the Network has identified some important and unmet needs. As the number of children in foster care continues to climb, we believe this trend can be reversed. By identifying barriers to success, we believe we can take a preventative approach to ending the generational cycle of abuse and neglect among families in our community.

Friendship House

Friendship House, a social club and mental health wellness center for adults with chronic mental illness, is a project of the Siouxland Mental Health Center located in Sioux City, IA. Looking for donations of craft supplies, puzzles, and games. Contact us for further information.

1101 Court St, Sioux City, IA  51105
Kathy Roberts, Manager

Furniture Mission of SD

The Furniture Mission accepts new or used furniture in good condition.  The furniture that is donated to people in need.  We cannot accept large appliances.   

Click this link for information about donating and drop-off/pickup –

209 N Nesmith Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Goodwill of the Great Plains

Goodwill of the Great Plains accepts clothing and household goods in good used condition for resale. Computers of all brands can be responsibly recycled for free through our partnership with the DELL reconnect program. We ask that personal information is removed from the hard drive prior to donating. Items such as clothing, shoes, purses are recycled by Goodwill.  For more information please visit our website at or click here for a complete list of accepted items.

Through donations and purchases Goodwill reinvests all proceeds back to the community by providing job training and placement services for people to achieve dignity and independence.  

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Sioux Falls Locations:
4701 E 41st St, Sioux Falls, SD  57110 – Phone: 605-338-2431

 3400 S. Norton Ave.Sioux Falls South Dakota 57105 – Phone: 605-731-1930 

120 N. Kiwanis Ave.Sioux Falls South Dakota 57104 – Phone: 605-334-2028

Habitat ReStore


Habitat ReStore accepts donations related to your home – lighting fixtures, sinks, carpet, windows, doors, appliances, tools, etc. They will also accept items such as knick knacks. Tue-Sat 10A-6P.

For more information on donating items visit –

For a list of items we can and cannot accept click here –

721 E Amidon St., Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Health Connect

Provide funding to Health Connect through your donations of clothing and household items to Savers. 

Health Connect is staffed by healthcare professionals, with the assistance of volunteers. Our volunteer force is recruited from throughout the state.

  • Our Mission: Health Connect is an independent source of free health information for individuals, families and communities.
  • Our Vision: We empower people to make health decisions by providing current, understandable information.

Health Connect, a consumer health library and health and safety information clearinghouse, provides individuals, families and communities with up-to-date information regarding various health and safety challenges, as well as, to help identify resources available on a local and national level.  The resources offered are about the specific health or safety issue, referrals to other organizations who may offer support groups or information, or referrals to other resources and multimedia sources (websites). Support group information and connections to national agencies is also provided. Health Connect does not seek to duplicate services currently being provided in the area, but rather act as a clearinghouse for individuals, families and communities seeking ONE source for all relevant health and safety information.  Health Connect has unique collections, including children’s materials to help with learning to cope with their personal health issues or understanding conditions that they see in family members.
Tel: 605.371.1000

2011 W 26th St
Suite 203
Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Horse Help Providers, Inc. (DoubleHP)

Horse Help Providers, Inc. (DoubleHP) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and South Dakota’s first and only GFAS (Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries) horse sanctuary. People may learn about horses, horse care, riding, etc., through our natural horsemanship program (Be in AWE – assertiveness, willpower, energy). We also offer  equine-assisted counseling, psychotherapy, and learning with EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) certified facilitators.   

  • We accept various donated items for our annual rummage sale. Horse items as well as house items. And would also accept used tack, riding helmets for youth, etc., that could be used in our programs.
  • And warm boots, gloves, coveralls, snowsuits, for our volunteer chore helpers in the Winter.
  • And metal rakes, manure forks, and wheelbarrows for cleaning the stalls and pens.

Our horse facility is located at 25337 470 Ave, Crooks SD  57020
Appointments scheduled M-F 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., please call first. Thanks.
Contact info: Darci Hortness, 605 359-0961,

Hospice Thrift Shop

Hospice Thrift Shop accepts donations of gently used furniture and home accessories. Donations are tax deductible. Pickup up service is available. Call for pickup schedule. Item’s may also be dropped off during business hours Wed-Fri, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

723 E 5th St, Canton, SD
Michelle, Hospice Development Associate
888-845-4438 Ext 4434  or 605-328-4434

NU2U Thrift Fashion & Home Goods

NU2U Thrift will have a trailer collecting clothes, jewelry, home decor, furniture, etc. on Saturday, Apr 30 from 10AM-3PM at 2216 S Monticello Ave. Please load accepted donations in the available trailer at this time ONLY.

Donations can also be dropped off 10-5, M-Sat at our store on 49th & Western. All proceeds go to Sioux Falls Christian Schools.

Thank you for considering a donation to NU2U Thrift Store.  NU2U Thrift provides affordable home good and fashionable clothing to the Sioux Falls community.  Donating to us helps keep thousands of pounds of textiles out of the land fill and at the same time provides funding to the Sioux Falls Christian Schools.  All donations are tax deductible. 

  • Men’s, Women’s and Children’s clothing (No stains or rips)
  • Accessories (Jewelry, Purses, Belts, Scarves, etc.)
  • Home Décor
  • Furniture (To confirm acceptance, please email first.)
  • Curtains, Bedding and Rugs (No stains or rips)
  • Kitchen Items (Clean and in working order)
  • Books, Toys and Games (Not missing essential pieces)
  • Sports Equipment
  • Seasonal/Holiday Items (Costumes too!)
  • Unused Greeting Cards

We are unable to accept these items: Computers, Exercise Equipment, older TV’s, fax machines, printers, musical organs, large appliances, fluorescent light bulbs. 

Donations can be dropped off 10AM-5PM, Mon – Sat at our store at 3819 S Western Ave (49th St & Western Ave) in Sioux Falls.

For a full list of accepted items, go to
Email –
Phone – 605-275-4205

Prairie Dogs Search and Rescue
Prairie Dogs Search and Rescue provides without cost, certified K9 teams to Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Fire Departments or other official search agencies for search and rescue of lost, trapped or incapacitated subjects, day or night, under any and all circumstances where dogs and searchers can operate safely and efficiently. 
The team could always use the following items: Dog Crates, Leashes, Collars, Dog Toys, Balls, Dog Shampoo, Dog Booties, Dog Bowls, 4×4 individually wrapped gauze, Large Band-Aids, Storage Bins, Laminate sheets, Batteries, Permanent markers, Blankets, Towels, Ammo Boxes, Small/Medium plastic or glass containers, small kiddie pool, Items to use for prizes or auctions. 

Phone:  605-366-7348


REACH Literacy

REACH Literacy is a non-profit that teaches adults to read, write and improve life skills. We provided free tutoring for adults wanting literacy help. We operate a used book store called REACH a Reader. All proceeds from the bookstore support our adult literacy program. We also donate books and our grant application can be found on our website –

2101 W 41st St, Suite 23 Sioux Falls SD 57105
Located on the south side of the Western Mall, by Scheels.
(605) 332-2665

Bookstore Hours:

Monday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM –  7 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Thursday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Saturday:  10 AM – 4 PM


Saver’s Non-Profit Partner – Health Connect of South Dakota.

The following items are needed and accepted:

  • Clothing, Men’s, Women’s, Kid’s, Infants
  • Media: Books, DVS, CDs, Software
  • Housewares
  • Shoes and Accessories
  • Bed & Bath items
  • Small Appliances
  • Furniture

Community Donation Center Hours are same as store hours
Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm
Sunday 10am-7pm

We are located at:

4008 S Shirley Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57106
(605) 362-4790

Sioux Empire Community Theater

We are looking for…

Storage Solutions/Organization: Shoe Boxes, Plastic Storage Boxes of ALL sizes, Storage Bins, Laundry Baskets, “Milk Crates,” Sturdy Cardboard Boxes, Quart and Gallon Sized Ziploc Bags
Misc: Plastic or Wooden Hangers, Safety Pins (large and small), Sew On Velcro, Stick on Velcro, Measuring Tapes, Iron, Ironing Board, Steamer, Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Men’s Clothing: Dress Shoes, Pants, Dress Shirts, Ties, Suspenders, Vests, Sports Coats/Suits, Sweater Vests, Belts

**Please email to discuss donations and drop off times/places.

Sioux Falls Area Humane Society

Accepting donations of the following items:  blankets, towels, dog and cat food, puppy and kitten food, bleach, paper towels, durable and chewable toys, and office supplies.  Click here for a complete list of items on our Wish List.

3720 E Benson Rd, Sioux Falls, SD
Kori Baade, Executive Director  

Village Northwest Unlimited

The Village Northwest Unlimited (VNU) opened its doors in 1976 in Sheldon, IA. Currently, 180 individuals (ages 17-80) with varying types and degrees of disabilities receive a wide array of services from VNU. VNU has partnered with Soles4Souls in committing 1,000,000 pair of shoes to the Haiti earthquake relief efforts. Processing the donated shoes provides paid employment for the 180 individuals served at VNU.

Click here for more information and a list of items needed by Village Northwest Unlimited

200 N 18th Ave, Sheldon IA 51201
(712) 324-5405

Westley United Methodist Church

Westley United Methodist Church is needing donations for our free will donation rummage in June.  Proceeds are used to send kids to camp and other community out reach programs like night watch canteen where they feed families in need.  

Call 605-349-5639.

Young Life
This is Young Life’s first year hosting a rummage during the Kingswood Rummage Sales but we will likely make this an annual tradition. Please read further to learn more about Young Life and our upcoming rummage.
 We are accepting donations prior to our rummage! Drop off dates are February 23, March 9, March 23, April 6, and April 20 for donated items 2-4pm at Autos on the Mall (4101 W 41st St. – On the north side of the Empire Mall). 

Our rummage will be April 24-26 at 5705 W 32nd St from 9am-5pm.  Those with further questions can contact me Chris Vanden Hoek via call/text 605.651.1713 or email at

 ALL proceeds from this rummage sale will pay for Sioux Falls students, high school and middle school, to attend one of our summer trips! 
A bit about who Young Life is:

Young Life’s mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and to help them grow in their faith. This is done through relationships between adolescents and adults who choose to meet them wherever they are at, and walk through life together.

Young Life is caring adults entering the world of kids, building friendships, and sharing life, life in Christ.

Young Life in Sioux Falls is:

  • Weekly Club nights, where kids can be kids and hear the Gospel in terms they can relate to;

  • Campaigners bible studies, where kids of all backgrounds find a safe place to ask questions, go deeper, and together think about what life with Jesus is;

  • Camp and adventure experiences, in which kids have the best week of their lives alongside leaders and friends, and have the opportunity to step deeper into life with Jesus;

  • And, Relationships, before, during, and after Club, Campaigners, and Camp

  •  Young Life is geared towards high schoolers and WyldLife is geared specifically to middle schoolers.

Your donation and/or purchase of items at the Sioux Falls Young Life / WyldLife Rummage sale help kids experience life changing relationships at camp this summer. Please visit our website for more information –

2024 Rummage Sale Dates

  • Wednesday, May 1, 2024
  • Thursday, May 2, 2024
  • Friday, May 3, 2024
  • Saturday, May 4, 2024

The days and hours that individual sales are open will vary. Please refer to the listings located on the LISTINGS tab above, which will be available April 26, 2024.

2025 dates: April 30 – May 3, 2025

Thank you Sponsors!