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Donate Kentucky Collectibles to Charity!

You pass that closet almost every day and sigh, wishing you could do something to dispose of the years of collectibles that you have stored in it. You don’t want to sell them, but you don’t want to throw them away either. So what do you do? Collectibles with Causes can accept these wonderful collectibles whether they are years of Kentucky Derby collectibles, vintage coca cola collectibles, civil war collectibles you inherited or your 40 year old stamp and coin collection. In the past we have received Kentucky bourbon western aqua gold dust fifth bottle collection, greenstone celt, redstone fluted point and fine quartz saddle bannerstone Indian artifacts, Kentucky civil war veteran ladder badge, Princeton Kentucky whiskey jugs, 1920s street car train signs, Kentucky shaker picket fence baskets, Kentucky Agate specimens and an official Kentucky derby mint julep glass collections from the 1950's and 1960's to name a few. A Kentucky collectibles donation will certainly help you clean out that closet and also brings you a Current Market Value Tax Deduction for you to enjoy at the end of the year!

When you think about cleaning out a closet, the first thing you think about is what a chore it will be. But if you donate Kentucky collectibles, it will no longer feel like a chore because you will know that your items are going to support a worthy cause. Generosity has always been the norm in Kentucky and donating Kentucky collectibles will simply emphasize this point. Collectibles with Causes makes it easy for anyone to give back to the community by donating collectible items. So open your arms wide and fill them with collectibles to donate today! We promise to do the rest and will continue helping the many charitable causes we support. Please complete the following donation form or call us 888-228-7320 to donate Kentucky collectibles to charity today!

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