Donate Hawaii Collectibles to Charity!

Aloha! Hawaii collectible donations help keep the spirit of giving alive. "The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.' This is the state motto of Hawaii. Perpetuated means to be kept alive, maintained or achieved. All of which can be achieved by donating collectibles. Let us explain. Did you know that unwanted Hawaii collectibles can help the community of Hawaii and support worldwide causes such as music programs or Medical research? Collectibles with Causes makes Hawaii collectible donations effortless and may very well benefit you in the long run due to the Fair Market Tax Deduction you may receive. Donate Hawaii collectibles like Niihau Kahelelani shell or crownflower collectors lei, original Arthur Johnsen or Gary Reed hawaiian oil paintings, Hawaii Black-Lip Tun Shell, a hand carved kou poi bowl calabash, antique koa wood cabinet, Princess Victoria Kaiulani Cleghorn cabinet photo, Ku Kona or Akua Kai Tiki, Pearl Harbor photo collection, Hawaiian Kolohala Pheasant Wood Bowl, Elvis Presley Aloha From Hawaii U.S. Promo LP or a Hawaii Scott A7 Inter Island 2 Cents Blue Stamp. Any Hawaiian collectible is gladly accepted and will make a real difference!

Hawaii collectible donations with Collectibles with Causes have included collectibles such as Lost memorabilia, artwork, vintage Hawaiian shirts, numerous Hawaiian calabashes, Disney figurines, heirloom jewelry and a very rare Huanghuali wood Chinese fan to name a few. Donating Hawaii collectibles is right in line with the wonderful state motto. As long as one keeps giving and helping, the life of the land is perpetuated (kept alive, maintained, and achieves) longevity and with the land, the people do as well. Ua Mau Ke Ea Oko Aina I Ka Pono: the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. All of your donations, large and small, are greatly appreciated. Please complete the following form or call us toll free 888-228-7320 to donate Hawaii collectibles today.

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