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107 Haverford Street
Hamden, CT 06517
Phone (203) 230-3015
Fax     (203) 230-3015
info@CIDremodeling.com
License #572825

 

 

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Consider It Done - Paying It Forward

Donations

Updating your home with new appliances?  Not sure what to do with your old ones? 

 

We are all aware of the importance of reducing our carbon footprint on the environment.  Are you also aware that there are others in deperate need of your used, working kitchen appliances, cabinets and furniture?  Instead of discarding these items during your remodel, consider donating them to one of several local, charitable organizations. Contact them directly to make your donation.

 

Please pay it forward while we reduce, reuse and recycle.

 

 

We have personally supported Columbus House Homeless Shelter, www.columbushouse.org, in New Haven for many years.  Meri Ross, mross@columbushouse.org, coordinates donations for Columbus House's many facilities.  Columbus House typically accepts working televisions, microwaves, and other small household appliances.  Their ongoing wish list includes TWIN size bed sheets and pillow cases, bath towels, hats, gloves, scarves, boots, new socks underwear for adult men & women, tooth brushes and toothpaste, feminine hygiene products, gift cards, large duffle bags, and blankets.


 

 

The Furniture Co-Op, www.nhhr.org, in West Haven collects furniture and housewares from the general public and distributes them to families who are transitioning from homelessness, living with disabilities or other insufferable hardships.  The Co-Op accepts gently used dressers, tables, chairs, lamps, bed frames, tv's, pots & pans, dishes, baby furniture, flatware, mattresses, small appliances & electronics, bed linens, mirrors, and seasonal clothing.  You may contact Allen Klein, at the Furniture Co-Op at (203) 389-1112 or Sara Callahan, at New Haven Home Recovery at (203) 492-4866 x12, for further information. 

 

 

 

 

With thrift stores located throughout North America, The Salvation Army can schedule a pickup from the thrift store nearest you. Check with your local Salvation Army office to see if they accept appliance donations in your area. (800) SA-TRUCK or www.salvationarmyusa.org.

 

 

 

 

The ReStore is a home improvement resale store that recycles usable goods to new users, providing quality products and raising funds for Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County.  The ReStore happily accepts donations of furniture, appliances, countertops, windows, doors, supplies, and much more.  Please call (203) 383-4358 to discuss your donation.  http://fairfieldcountyrestore.org/

 

 

 

 

 

St. Vincent de Paul is a national organization with thrift stores throughout the country. Contact your local chapter to arrange for a pick-up or drop-off.   St. Vincent de Paul Place, 617 Main Street, Middletown, CT (860) 344-0097 or www.stvincentdepaulplace.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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