In-kind Corporate Donations
The Closet for Good
Recycle… Re-purpose… and Share the Bounty!
Got excess? Family-to-Family will find a home for your company’s surplus products that might otherwise go to waste.
Contact us about donating your excess products to Family-to-Family so we can help re-purpose them. Using our network of contacts, we’ll find a perfect match for your donation.
Since 2014, we’ve found homes for over 37,000 gently used “Green Eileen” women’s clothing items (from designer Eileen Fisher) – passing them along to women struggling to rebuild their lives at Westhab, Inc. in Yonkers, N.Y., The Henry Street Settlement House in New York, N.Y., Integrity House in Newark, N.J., People to People in Nanuet, N.Y., the YWCA in White Plains, N.Y. and The Full Gospel Outreach Ministry in Montrose, Arkansas, among many others.
We facilitated the donation of unopened electric kitchen mixers from the Dannon company to a communal kitchen for women at WIN (Women in Need) in New York City and at the YWCA in White Plains…
Through our Share Your Beauty Program we have provided more than 130,000 new beauty products donated by Aveeno, bareMinerals, Birchbox, Buxom, Elizabeth Arden, Essence/Cosnova Inc., Henri Bendel, Herbal Essence Shampoo through Pop Sugar, Knock Out Cosmetics, L’Occitane, L’Oreal, Lush, Mario Badescu, Pureology, Redken, Tarte Cosmetics and more to multiple New York area shelters serving impoverished women and teens.
PERSONAL CARE ITEMS
Through our “Shower To The People” program we’ve coordinated the donation of 50 pallets of personal care items, including soap, shampoo, conditioner and body wash, by High Ridge Brands (makers of Zest, VO-5, White Rain and Rave), directing them to 39 recipient social service organizations across the U.S. In 2016 over 2,000 products were shipped to The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint in Flint, Michigan, where low income children affected by the lead water crisis assembled bags of hygiene items to take home to their families. (Personal care items are especially hard to come by if you’re poor because they can’t be purchased with government SNAP benefits.)
If you have excess products that can help a family in need… please consider joining our efforts… and share the bounty! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.