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DONATE AT RESALE SELECT

DONATION UPDATE

Your new and like-new goods are deeply appreciated. Your donations help the Resale Select store sell top-quality items.

See the current list of ACCEPTED ITEMS and HOURS here.

Items not accepted - electronics, baby gearWe hope you understand that we can not accept:

  • Garage or estate sale leftover items
  • Used toys
  • Used baby equipment/baby furniture
  • Computer monitors, printers, fax or copy machines
  • Box TVs
  • Microwaves

Preapproval needed on all furniture, flat-screen TVs. and large donations. Send a photo and detailed description to our team (resaleselect@iocp.org). Once we approve the donation, you can stop by to donate the item.

DONATION HOURS

Monday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Resale Select is located at 1605 County Road 101 N. Plymouth, MN 55447

Drive to our donation door on the side of the building. A donation receipt will be provided. In accordance with state laws and for the safety of our staff and volunteers, do not leave donations outside the building at any time.

We encourage you to call ahead to make sure the donation door is open prior to stopping by: 763-489-7549. We have needed to shut down unexpectedly due to space constraints and staffing challenges from time to time.


Quality items for the closet and home, chosen with care.

“I saved this just for Resale Select.” This is what we hear from community members who know the best gifts are handpicked. And what’s more personal than donating your clothes, home décor and jewelry to benefit families in our local area? You loved that favorite childhood book and now you want someone else to enjoy it. At Resale Select, rest assured that you are not only giving back, but giving forward to a family who needs it most.

Your extra effort goes a long way:

  • Clean your items before donating. This ensures your donation can be put to good use right away!
  • Hand-select your best items for us! This saves valuable resources in the sorting process.
  • Quality of donations is more critical than quantity when donating clothing and household goods.

Learn more about how to carefully select your donations: