Your donation makes a sustainable difference.

With your support, we’re able to keep usable materials out of the landfill, teach thousands of people new skills, and continue to grow our impact in the St. Louis region and beyond.

Click below to make a one-time gift, or set up a recurring donation to provide more sustainable support for our sustainability programs.

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Have stuff to donate to Perennial?

We accept donations during our retail hours 11-5 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. At this time we are only accepting donations from this list, thank you for your understanding!

Here’s a list of stuff we need:

  • digital SLR camera with video capabilities
  • 2 x 6 wood (longer than 3′)
  • metal baking pans – round + square (8-9″) and rectangle (9/13″) – NO cookie sheets!
  • embroidery hoops
  • paint brushes (foam + fiber)
  • small jars 1-8oz (like baby food, sample jam jars)
  • Silverware
  • black walnuts
  • burlap coffee bags
  • paper lunch bags
  • leather belts
  • bedsheets
  • bright t-shirts with NO side seams
  • cotton/cotton blend fabric (1 yard or larger)
  • embroidery floss
  • large eyed sewing needles
  • keys
  • wood frames (no larger than 12″ x 16″)
  • wool sweaters
  • yarn
  • 2 x 4 wood (longer than 3′)
  • linen or silk fabrics
  • large cutting mats (24 by 36)
  • thermal printer for shipping labels
  • paper shredder (working)
  • working irons

Due to lack of space there are a few things we can never take:

  • furniture
  • unfinished craft projects
  • plastic food containers
  • fabric scraps

If you have an item you think we’d be interested in, but it’s not on our current donation list. You can email a picture to info@perennialstl.org to see if we can use it.

Got something to give away that we can’t use? Check to see if you have a local Buy Nothing Chapter.

Remember the number one way to keep things out of the landfill is to reduce our consumption. For tips, check out this great infographic How to Get Rid of Throwaway Culture