Accepting Donations — NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED

Upscale Resale Donors and Customers: Assistance League of Mid-Missouri, Upscale Resale, is thankful for our valuable customers and donors. Your donations of good quality, current fall and winter clothing, housewares, books, and furniture are greatly appreciated. Donations may now be made without an appointment. Donations are accepted Wednesday through Friday 10 to 12 and Saturday 9 to 11. Donations must be brought to the west door behind Upscale Resale.

When delivering your donation, please enter the alley between Upscale Resale and Shelter Insurance by turning north off Broadway, our members will gladly accept your donation at the double doors behind Upscale Resale.

Procedures for donating have been changed!

Here are some helpful practices to ensure an efficient, donation process:
• Place donations in separate containers by category: books, housewares and/or clothing.
• Place clothing donations in bags or boxes rather than on hangers.
• Consult the Do Not Sell List (see below) to avoid disappointment when an item can’t be accepted.
• Keep it light! Are you able to lift the container into a bin or onto a shelf?
• Donation containers will not be returned.
• Due to space limitations, no furniture is accepted at this time.
Drop Off Procedures
• All donations are received at the double doors with the ramp at the rear (west side) of the shop.
• Enter the alley behind the shopping plaza from the south end near Broadway St.
• Stop at the base of the ramp.
• Volunteers will provide a cart for your donations.
• Donors may not enter the building.

If you have multiple pieces of furniture to donate, call 573-445-3848.  Leave your name, telephone number, and a brief description of the furniture pieces you wish to donate.  A volunteer will return your call.

Items Not Sold at Upscale Resale

Anything broken or dirty
Baby equipment such as cribs, car seats, highchairs, etc
Burned candles
Ceiling fans, chandeliers, light fixtures with exposed wires
Children’s clothing and toys
Computers, printers
Exercise equipment
Encyclopedias, textbooks
Faded, torn, stained sheets, towels, curtains
Glassware, pottery that is chipped
Hazardous items such as knives
Items with business logos such as mugs
Mattresses/Bed pillows
Microwaves, large appliances
Mini blinds, curtain rods

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