America’s BEST Donation Pickup Program

Help make a difference in the lives of America’s Veterans and their families today.

Pickup Please accepts your donations on behalf of the Vietnam Veterans of America.

Click HERE to pick a future date to give yourself additional time to gather your donatable items.

*NOTE: You can change the pickup date if you need to online any time.


Your donations support the Vietnam Veterans of America and U.S. veterans!

  • Easy online scheduling right from your computer or mobile device
  • FAST service within as little as 24 hours for many locations
  • Tax deduction document delivered to your email
  • Wide range of acceptable donations include clothing, shoes, purses, household items, toys, and more

Virtually all types of clothing, shoes, and accessories including ladies, men’s, kids, children’s, baby, purses, belts, ties, wallets, dresses, shirts, pants, shoes.


Dishes, glasses, silverware, small household appliances, bedding, linens, pillows, draperies, curtains, rugs, jewelry and cosmetics, comforters, home decor, baby items, art, and frames.


Stuffed animals, board games, dolls, action figures, and sports equipment.


Stereo, radio, Xbox, Nintendo, PlayStation, computers, laptops, monitors, DVD players, cameras, typewriters, and all types of small kitchen appliances.

 …or click HERE to pick a future date to give yourself additional time to gather your donatable items.

*NOTE: You can change the pickup date if you need to online any time.


Hardcover, softcover, fiction and non-fiction, e-readers.


Exercise equipment: small weight bench, Sporting equipment: ski equipment, snowboards, helmets, baseball bats, Tools: drills, saws, nail guns, Yard tools: lawn mowers, weed eaters, and hand trucks (no fuel of any type please!).

Small Furnishings:

Mirrors, nightstands, headboards, office chairs, decor and other small home items.


Bikes, musical instruments, small filing cabinets, garage sale leftovers, small appliances: microwaves, blenders, toasters, coffee makers, and almost anything else.

*Please note – We only accept items that are small and light enough for one person to easily lift and carry.

Items NOT Accepted

No large furniture please:

Couches, sofas, sleeper couches, box springs, and mattresses are not accepted.

No large appliances please:

Washers/dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, and stoves are not accepted.

No Televisions:

Not accepting TVs of any kind.


Tires, food, any type of fuel, cash or checks


Now Serving Cities and States Throughout the United States!

Go to schedule a donation pick up to find out if we serve your area.

On behalf of the VVA, we thank every donor for their generosity.

Here's How It Works


Step 1: Schedule

Schedule a donation pickup online from your mobile phone or computer (it only takes about 2 minutes).


Step 2: Gather

Gather your items and leave bags or boxes outside your house on the designated day.


Step 3: Give

Our driver will pick up your donation (whether you are at home or not) and leave a tax deduction receipt for you. We pick up RAIN OR SHINE!!!

Our Program

While other donation pickups services often require you to schedule weeks in advance, and many of them have stopped offering pickup services all together, Pickup Please strives to pickup your donations within 24 hours of scheduling in many locations. And always for free!

Your generous donations and charitable contributions of clothing, household goods, books, shoes, small appliances, electronics, and more make a big difference in the lives of America’s Veterans and their families.

We pay the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) for the gently used clothing, shoes, and accessories that you donate. As a result, your donations help provide much needed support for our veterans and their families by helping to fund local, state and national programs of the VVA. Your donations make it all possible so we thank you for your support.

  • Improving...

    the general welfare and hospital care of all veterans, especially homeless and disabled veterans

  • Assisting ...

    veterans suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and other disabilities

  • Working ...

    closely with veterans of other conflicts

  • Leading ...

    the topics on women and minority veterans’ issues