Donating Cards



Welcome to our little project. We are dedicated to gathering any cards that you may have lying around the house that you are not using or planning to throw away, and redirecting them to non-profit organizations that can use them. We literally collect any type of card that you have because if it’s a card, there is likely value in it for some organization out there.

If you have any type of old card lying around the house or if you recently did a cleaning and found an old pile of them, there are a number of different charities that would be interested in them. Non-profits for kids can use a variety of different types of cards for craft making. Many non-profit art groups would love to have them for their various art projects. Sometimes educational charities can use them, such as teaching geography through postcards. There are countless ways that a donation of cards can help local charities gain resources that they can use without having to spend money for them.

Here are some of the types of cards that we collect that can help local charities:

Post Cards
Greeting Cards
Business Cards
Gift Cards
Telephone Cards
Sports Cards (baseball cards, football cards, basketball cards, hockey cards, etc.)
Collectors Cards
Other Cards

We realize that some cards have value. For example, a gift card with money still on it, sports cards that are in high demand from collectors, telephone cards with time still on them, etc. While we are in the process of taking the steps to become a non-profit organization ourselves, this process take time and we aren’t there yet. These aren’t the type of cards that we are currently focusing on collecting, but we will take these if you will not be using them and use whatever amount (no matter how small) they are worth to help charities. it’s just important to remember that we can’t give you a charitable tax deduction for this type of donation at this time.

Basically, if it is a card of any kind, we can find a way to use it. Even if you don’t believe there is any value in it, we are pretty sure that we can find a way to leverage it to help out a charity in some way. If you have any questions, feel free to email us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

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