Wearable clothes and other textiles should be bagged and brought to the Salvation Army bins located at the Buyea Road, Cazenovia or Sullivan Transfer Station. Please note that we do NOT have a collection bin at our Hamilton Transfer Station.
Wearable shirts, pants, belts, shoes, blankets, bags and other textiles in usable condition.
Pillows; Mattress Pads/Toppers; torn, stained or contaminated materials that are not in usable condition.
St. Pauly Textiles has various drop-off locations around Madison County. They accept wearable/usable clothing and can be found at the following locations:
Bouckville United Methodist Church
Bridgeport United Methodist Church
Lighthouse Community Church (Temporarily Closed)
Poolville Community Center (Temporarily Closed)
St. Johns Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Trinity Episcopal Church
To find other donation bins near you, visit the Textile Recovery Location Search Tool.
Do you have clothes with several holes or stains?
Some organizations will accept all types of clothing for donations, whether they are wearable or not. The Rescue Mission, located in the Walmart parking lot in Oneida, accepts clothing that has holes or stains. Their hours are:
Saturday-Monday: 9 AM to 8 PM (temporarily CLOSED)
Tuesday-Friday: 9 AM to 4:30 PM (temporarily CLOSED)
Check their website to see when the Oneida location will reopen: https://rescuemissionalliance.org/donate-your-clothes/