How can you support us?

Donate, shop, volunteer and tell your friends about us and our mission.

We accepts monetary donations at the shop and online by clicking here.

Tails to Freedom, Inc. (our parent company) is a registered charitable 501(c)(3) organization in the state of New Hampshire, therefore, all businesses and individuals wishing to donate are eligible for a tax deduction.

Donating items you no long use allows us to help animals and is an environmentally friendly action, keeping unwanted items out of the landfill.

We will gladly accept donations during regular business hours, with Saturdays and Mondays being our preferred days.

What can you donate?

Gently used, high quality items, in good working order, clean and ready for sale. We especially like clothing, shoes and purses, including men's, women's and children's.  Also, New in Box, or New with Tags are big favorites!  Damaged, broken, dangerous, soiled, outdated electronics or illegal items will not be accepted.

We can't accept the following, sorry!

NO Broken or chipped items
NO Clear glass unless super unusual
NO Clear vases
NO Anything with chips or missing pieces
NO textbooks
NO books published before 2010 unless they are classics (including cookbooks)
Toys must be like new, no missing pieces
NO Printers (unless new in box)
NO Frames or other pictures
NO Pet food
NO Pet Crates
NO Large furniture
NO VHS Tapes
NO Dirty items
NO Large furniture
NO Bins or baskets
NO Used safety equipment (such as helmets)
NO Used/expired car seats, strollers, swings
NO Hangers, especially on clothes*
*Clothing needs to be clean, folded and right-side-out please!

If you wish to donate larger items, please contact us in advance by email at 

Unfortunately, we are not able to pick up donations.

Why donate?

  • To support Tails to Freedom compassionate initiatives.
  • To directly help the environment and promote the ethics of its protection - by reusing items, we decrease the negative impact on our surroundings.
  • To promote social change as well as personal responsibility.
  • To enrich the shop’s variety of interesting goods that might not be found elsewhere.
  • To become an ally of our charitable mission.