Give It Away For Good

Repatriating? Moving? Need to declutter? Give It Away For Good! There are a number of Shanghai charities who need good quality donated items. 

 

We will update this list regularly. Please submit any needed items for community outreach activities to charitylink@communitycenter.cn

 

Community Center Shanghai is a non-profit serving the international community. Our Pudong location is still in need of some items to create a welcoming environment.

  • Requires laptops in working condition (Tek-Shanghai can clear your personal information).

  • Please contact charity@communitycenter.cn to direct your donation.

 

River of Hearts (ROH), a program of CCS, has three drop off locations available to accept donations to be sorted, packed, and distributed in communities in need throughout China. Some goods are sold to help fundraise for shipping costs.

  • We gladly accept the following items that are clean and in good condition

    • Clothing for adults and children

    • Accesories 

    • Toys with all pieces

    • Small electronics

    • Linens (towels, bedsheets, etc)

    • Housewares such as dishes and cutlery

    • Books in any language, especially children's books

    • Some furniture (please email photos)

  • Please visit our drop-off locations with your donations. Email charity@communitycenter.cn for large pieces or with any questions.

 

Through green IT classrooms building and e-waste pollution reduction, NETSPRING is a pioneering social enterprise in China which thrives to achieve a sustainable business model in order to help more poverty-stricken children and protect the environment in the long run.
  •  Netspring could collect any used or unwanted electronics and related parts (excluding batteries)
  • Successfully refurbished computers and usable electronics will be distributed to elementary classrooms throughout rural villages in China with the support from companies.
  • Any unusable items will be disposed in an environment friendly way
  • For individuals: Netspring office is open to collect your obsolete electronic devices on weekdays during working hours or every last Saturday of the month from 10am to 1pm. (6B, building 3, 1251 Jiangning lu / cross road Changshou lu, subway Jiangning road)
  • For companies or large quantities, email Dupingping or call her at 180-1970-0096 to arrange drop-off

 

Green Initiatives's WE Project 

Launched in May 2016 by Green Initiatives in close collaboration with Netspring, a pioneering social enterprise focused on e-waste reduction and IT education for the lesser privileged, the [WE] Project aims to provide the local community in Shanghai with a transparent, systematic and environmentally-friendly way to dispose off unwanted and broken electronic products. This process reduces the number of items that are buried in landfills or incinerated, with the additional benefit of preventing toxins that damage our health from being released into the air, water, and soil. 

The need to reduce e-waste is urgent and individuals and organizations can make an immediate impact.

Give your used electronics a safe home!

CCS drop off locations: 

- Pudong Center 

- Minhang center

Find other drop off locations around town: http://greeninitiatives.co/we 

 
 

 

Mifan Mama organizes donations at their warehouse facility, sorted and packed for distribution to the orphanage facilities in He'nan, Jiangxi and Hebei Provinces along with donations to local Shanghai facilities. 

  • What kind of items does Mifan Mama accept?

    • Babies, children's and adults clothing; 

    • Complete and working Toys and Games (for all ages); 

    • Children’s Books (Chinese language or bi-lingual); 

    • Diapers and baby wipes; 

    • Furniture (by prior arrangement only please)

    • Food, especially rice, grains, baby formula, unopened long life milk and juice.

  • They can be reached at mifanmama@outlook.com or  18616941021 and 13564316076.

 

Home Sweet Home's (HSH) mission is to equip the needy who have special needs to fulfill their full individual potential in the community.

  • They have recently acquired a new dorm space and require wardrobes, bedside tables, open shelves for storage, a DVD player, flatscreen TV, and board games (age 8+).

  • They can be reached at webinfo@homesweethome.org.cn.

 

Heart to Heart Shanghai provides support and financial assistance to indigent Chinese children who require heart surgery and provides financial assistance to rural Chinese schools which require libraries and other essentials.

  • They accept any clothing (adult or children), shoes, toiletries, bedding, toys, etc. that you might want to donate.
  • They cannot take breakable, electronic, or extremely large items).  
  • Contact:  donations@h2hsh.net 
 
XinXing Aid for Street Children in Crisis is an independent grassroots non-profit specializing in aid for children in crisis such as street children and left behind children. They also cater to children and families in the mountainous and remote regions around Shaanxi and provide essential primary assistance and care.
 
  • They require donated school supplies, mattresses for dorm beds, clothing, a 4x4 car for outreach activities and volunteers to spend time at their center.
  • They can be reached at teamxinxing@gmail.com.
 

A Pleines Mains (APM) has a warehouse to accept donations. After sorting the donations received, they redistribute more than 75% to around 22 projects all over China. What cannot be given is proposed during charity bazaars and thus financially helps the projects they support. 

  • They accept all kinds of new or 2nd hand - gently used products in good condition (no stains, no holes, no broken parts) such as:

    • Clothes for adults and children,

    • Accessories for adults and children,

    • Toys, sport items,

    • All kind of household goods,

    • All kind of electronics & computers

    • Suitcases and bags,

    • Small pieces of furniture,

    • Books and magazines in French, English or Chinese for both adults AND children,

    • NEW only hygienic products (such as soap, shampoo…) or cosmetics (but not make-up).

  • Dropoff Locations

    • Puxi: 115 Hong Zhong Lu, Lane 2, Near Wan Yuan Lu

    • Pudong: 2255 Luoshan Lu, House 130

 

Eden Ministry serves to restore freedom for the captives of Asia’s red light districts through holistic programs- transforming body, mind and spirit. Using their international jewelry business as a platform, they provide career and skill training- empowering women for a new life and future. They continually innovate prevention and outreach programs- transforming entire communities. 

  • Requires a bunk bed with mattress for use in their shelter for rescued women.

  • They can arrange pick up. Please contact office2@edenministry.org.