The Salvation Army accepting donated goods

The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center will be accepting donations on Friday, June 19, in Lihu‘e, at the county Kaua‘i Resource Center at the Lihu‘e transfer station, 3460 Ahukini Rd., from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Residents and businesses and other organizations can bring in unwanted or unneeded items including clothing, small furniture, children’s toys, books and shoes. Clothing and textiles do not need to be in good condition. Torn or stained clothing is OK, organizers said.

Please do not bring eWaste, chemicals, appliances or broken items.

Participants are requested to please maintain social distancing, wear masks and follow all directions from The Salvation Army and county staff.

The county Department of Public Works Solid Waste Office requests that everyone check with local thrift stores before bringing items to the KRC, and be aware that many stores are still closed or have modified hours of operation or services due to the COVID-19 virus.

The Salvation Army ARC is also picking up material directly from thrift stores and businesses that need to unload unsaleable items. Store owners may call the Solid Waste Office at 241-4841 or email, and information will be forwarded to The Salvation Army to schedule service. Pick-up is not available to individuals.


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