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If you would like to donate items to Covenant to Care for Children's Critical Goods Delivery Program, please call:
Monday - Friday between 8:30 AM - 4 PM
If you plan to bring donations for children to our office, you can make an appointment with the staff over the phone. If you would like to have your donation picked up, you will be connected with our Critical Goods Coordinator to schedule a pick-up. See our "Seasonal Planner" list for donation ideas.
Furniture should be in presentable condition (not stained, ripped, broken, or covered with animal fur).
There is typically a two-week wait from the date of your call until the pick up occurs. Be sure you can hold items for that period if needed.
We request that anyone who donates furniture make a $20.00 donation to Covenant to Care for Children to help defray the cost of running this program. The donation can be included in your income tax receipt.
Please visit Serenity Scarves and its Search by Nonprofit page to select a boutique-quality knitted gift and have 100% of your tax-deductible donation benefit Covenant to Care for Children. Serenity Scarves loves to keep it personal! To arrange for a private showing of knitted gifts in West Hartford, or to reserve one that you loved seeing online, please email Lynn at email@example.com to finalize your donation and receive your gift. No virtual store, no online payments, just real people, offering handcrafted items, in support of real community needs.
When it comes time to say good-bye to your current vehicle, please consider a tax deductible donation to Covenant to Care for Children. All you need to do is call us at our main office 860-243-1806; we will fill out the donation form with you over the phone.
Covenant to Care for Children will receive 70% of the net proceeds from the sale of your donated automobile.
Covenant to Care for Children mobilizes and channels the generosity of caring and faithful people to advocate for, metor, and provide direct assistance to Connecticut's children and youth who are abused, neglected or at-risk.
Call us at 860-243-1806. We will do the rest!