We are currently accepting spring and summer clothing!

clothing closet guidelineS updated for 2022

During the pandemic, cleaning out and organizing closets and cupboards has been at an all time high. While you have the best intentions when you gather items to donate to MadCAAP, we would appreciate you being mindful of the list below when you donate.

Please show our neighbors in need some love by donating only gently used, clean, good condition items such as:

  • In season clothing and shoes that are clean and gently used

  • Hard plastic toys that can be wiped down

  • Bath towels, bed linens, bedspreads and bed pillows that are in good condition with no stain or odor

  • Kitchen items such as glasses, plates, bowls, mugs, platters, Tupperware, baking dishes, pots, pans, utensils (all in good, gently used condition)

  • Children's books in good condition

  • Small decorative items

We can no longer accept the following:


No if's, and's or but's about it.  Undies are items that need to be bought new, no matter how cute your old ones are. 


These items are a NO for us.  Please only donate items that are like new or gently worn.


We cannot accept dirty shoes or shoes that have holes or worn out soles.

NO used mattresses or pillows

NO used toiletries and cosmetics

NO used electronics of any kind

NO magazines

NO used shades or blinds

NO stuffed animals

NO aerosols

NO adult books other than Bibles or devotionals

NO swimsuits

On average, 300 families get clothing & shoes, at no cost, each month.

clothing donations

in season 

We are now accepting

spring and summer

clothing donations.  

other items  needed

when we accept donations

Must be clean & in "good to better condition" as required by the IRS, to qualifty for a donation receipt.

A good rule to follow: Would I give this to my neighbor?

Plus-size clothing

Boys clothing

Underwear for men, women & children in all sizes

(new underwear only)

Mondays 10 am - 3pm 

Tuesday and Wednesdays

9 am - 3 pm

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