Donate Antique Furniture and Vintage Collectibles

Donate AntiquesDonate antique furniture or other classic collectible interior furnishings to charity. Antiques appreciate in value based upon the condition, artistry, beauty, age, rarity, or other desirable characteristics as you likely know already. What you might not know is that antique furniture donations can be a terrific way for you to collect a fair market tax deduction and also benefit numerous charitable causes across the world!

A lot of people have a difficult time selling high end fine antiques and furniture which is the reason why most of our donors are so thrilled when they learn they are easily able to donate antiques or antique collectibles to our charity. When you donate antiques, becoming an antique dealer, haggling and plain old wasting time is out of the question. We provide a fair market value tax write-off along with the peace of mind of knowing your antique donation will truly help someone in need. Over the years we've had a variety of collectible antique donations which range from fishing lures, katana swords, antique clocks, lamps, rugs & carpets, asian antiques, architectural & garden antiques, chandeliers, fixtures & sconces, antique linens & textiles, ceramics & porcelain, jade figurines, collections of silver flatware, tiffany lamps, headboards and armoires to an entire estate filled with collectible antiques.

We accept a wide variety of antique furniture pieces such as Dining Room Furniture, Oak, Pine, vintage Victorian furniture, antique bedroom furniture, Chinese antique furniture, 18th and 19th century English and French furniture from important makers like Chippendale, Linke, Sageot and Boulle. Periods and styles include: Aesthetic movement, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts movement, Mid-Century modernism, Victorian and most other Period & Style.

We provide Free pickup nationwide. Complete the following form or call us toll free 888-228-7320 to Donate Antiques to Charity today!

GIVING Center is a nonprofit charity committed to helping those in need and filling the “gaps” left by overburdened programs.