Junk-A-Haulics Charity Partners
We try to donate AS MUCH as possible however ultimately it’s up to the donation facility what they take. We typically go to their warehouse or they’ll come to ours. We then open up our doors or our warehouse doors and tell them to go shopping and they pick what they like.
We provide tax-free donation slips that you can write up during tax time. After the job we will email you the form to fill out to list the items and estimate the “fair market value” then you’ll just hand the form to your accountant during tax time and he’ll take it from there.
The Store That Builds Homes
Using volunteer labor and donations of money and used furniture, Morris Habitat for Humanity is a local nonprofit organization building and rehabilitating houses in partnership with Randolph families in need. Habitat houses are affordable because there is no profit included in the sale price and no interest is charged on the mortgage. The family’s monthly mortgage payments go into a revolving fund which is used to build more houses.
We like Habitat For Humanity because they only build homes for people who are motivated individuals who fell on hard times and just need a boost up. They don’t just hand out the homes they make the people participate in the building process and they have to maintain gainful employment in the process. Click to Learn More
Meals – Shelter – Hope.
Since 1889, the Market Street Mission has been reaching out to the poor and needy in Morris County. The Market Street Mission assists individuals to overcome homelessness, addiction and poverty through a life centered on Christ. They have a mission component which helps people get back on their feet which is a great cause that Junk-A-Haulics supports!
The Market Street Mission maintains a 25,000 square foot industrial center, which houses the Thrift Store and Warehouse, at the end of George Street off Martin Luther King Avenue. Among the items offered for sale at bargain prices are new and used furniture, clothing, housewares, appliances, sporting goods, office furnishings, and knick-knacks. This is where we take a lot of items and drop them off as donations. The thrift store is open to the public, donations are tax-deductible, and all proceeds benefit the Missions programs. Click to Learn More