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Aid for AIDS International

*Collects unused HIV medications and antibiotics to distribute to persons with AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean only, none in United States *Mail donated medication to: AFA, 131 Varick St, Ste 1006, New York, New York 10013 *Education, prevention, training, and advocacy programs targeting those living with HIV/AIDS in developing countries

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Prescription Expense Assistance

131 Varick St, Ste 10006

New York, NY 10013

(212) 337-8043

Bicycle House

*Build a Bike Program: Choose from one of hundreds of donated bikes needing repair and help them get it running or bring a bike if needed for transportation *Accepts donations for services; pay what is affordable *Provides tools and space for people to work on their bicycles *Teaches bike safety skills for children and adults on an ongoing basis and provides helmets for children and adults *Summer Bike Camp *Non-profit organization advocating safe, practical transportation, social responsibility with an emphasis on healthy living *Provided over 2500 bikes and 18,000 repairs since 2010

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Local Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

458 FAMU Way

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 545-4074

Coats 4 Kids Drive

*2023 DRIVE RUNS NOV 1ST THRU DEC 30 *Blue Ribbon Cleaners sponsors Coats 4 Kids Drive, promoted during the winter, but coats can be dropped off at any time of year at three Blue Ribbon Cleaners locations: 2107 Capital Circle NE, 32308; 1102 E Lafayette St, 32301; 1660-2 N Monroe St, 32303 *Business hopes to collect at least 2500 new or used coats for needy children in community; coats cleaned for free and given to Dept of Children and Families and some other non-profit organizations to be dispersed to children

Services: Donated Specialty Items

2107 Capital Cir NE

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 385-7541

Compusat Engineering

*Accepts donated used computers to rehabilitate and donate to children of low-income families, day care centers, and disaster victims

Services: Donated Specialty Items

737 1/2 North Monroe St

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 219-9990

Elder Care Services, EHEAP Program

5/9/2023: Has some funding, but due to staffing they are limited to processing three new applications per week, prioritizing people in crisis *Financial assistance for income eligible persons 60+ (living alone or with family) for cooling and heating bills (gas, electric, or propane), is paid directly to the utility provider *Program is for low income households *Applicants required to have service interruption notice from company and proof of income of all household members *Program periodically may have blankets, heaters, fans, and air conditioners available; donations of these items welcome

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Household Goods, Utility Service Payment Assistance

2518 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 921-5554

Locks of Love

*Non-profit providing hairpieces to children 21 years and younger suffering from any type of medical hair loss *Custom-fitted hair prosthetics free of charge *Accepts donated hair: minimum of 10 inches, bundled in a ponytail or braid, must be mailed clean and dry with donor's name and address

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Wigs

234 Southern Blvd

West Palm Beach, FL 33405

(561) 833-7332

Secure the Call Foundation

*Charity of volunteers which accepts donated phones, repairs, and re-programs them for emergency-only 911 calls *Phones are then given to police departments, sheriff's offices, domestic violence shelters, neighborhood watch groups, and senior citizens centers which have applied for them and will distribute them for persons in need *Program is national; call to find closest drop-off site, or where to apply for a phone *For cities without a drop-off site, phones can be mailed *A free donor barrel can be sent to a host business, library, supermarket or other high traffic place for collection for four weeks, then returned in the same box it was sent in

Services: Donated Specialty Items

6930 Carroll Avenue, Ste 432

Takoma Park, MD 20912

(301) 891-2900

Tallahassee Lions Club

*Service club that collects, recycles, and donates eyeglasses and hearing aids for those in need *Other services: testing and help for macular degeneration, cataract surgery, dogs for visually impaired persons, dogs for hearing impaired persons, and eye and tissue banks *Collects used printer cartridges, collects old cell phones, sells broom and mops to fund services *Lunch meetings held at Elks Lodge, 276 Magnolia Dr, Tallahassee

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Hearing Augmentation Aids, Service Clubs, Visual/Reading Aids

276 N Magnolia Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(630) 571-5466

Wakulla County Habitat for Humanity/Store

*Builds very modest homes sold at cost (materials, purchased labor, and land), for no profit and no interest with a 20 year mortgage to families that qualify and donate work hours on other homes *To qualify for a Habitat Home homeowners must demonstrate a need for safe, affordable housing, Habitat homeowners must partner with us throughout the process by helping to build their own home or the homes of others in our home ownership program, homeowners must also be able and willing to pay an affordable mortgage, for more information and to learn more about the process or how you can apply, please contact your local Habitat, or call 1-800-HABITAT (1-800-422-4828).

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Household Goods, Thrift Shops, Volunteer Opportunities

940 Shadeville Hwy

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-4544

Wigs for Kids

*Provides hair replacement solutions for children, under 18, affected by hair loss due to alopecia, chemotherapy, burns, and other medical conditions; must be referred by a medical professional *See web site for steps in applying for a wig *No cost to child/family; recipient can apply again the following year for a new hairpiece if the need still exists; Wigs For Kids provides one hairpiece per child per year free of charge to the recipient family pending approval of the application *Donated hair must be clean, dry, minimum length of 12 inches, in braids or ponytails; can not be colored or permed or have any other chemical treatments; can be cut at local salon, placed in plastic bag and mailed to address listed; see web site for directions

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Wigs

24231 Center Ridge Rd

Westlake, OH 44145

(440) 333-4433

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