Donate Michigan Collectibles to Charity!

Do you live in Michigan? Are you looking for ways to give back? Here is an idea. Simply collect all of your collectible items that have been taking up space in your closet or attic and donate them to Collectibles with Causes. It does not matter what you have to give. Whether you donate jewelry such as bracelets, necklaces or earrings, paintings, sculptures, antique furniture, comic books, fossils and mineral specimens etc. your Michigan collectible donations will be greatly appreciated and will give you the opportunity to give back to society. Also when you donate Michigan collectibles, you get a Fair Market tax deduction at the end of the year which turns out to be a win-win situation.

A Michigan collectible donation is a nice change from the normal charitable giving that everyone participates in. Almost everyone has an old collection just lying around collecting dust. Why not put yours to good use. We have accepted many Michigan collectible donations such as copper rock mineral specimens from Calumet and Cliff mine, vintage Marbles knife collection, pre-state Michigan leather license plate collection, antique civil war Michigan 11th regiment photographs and militaria, popeyed birdstone, hardstone fluted grooved axe and other indian artifacts, Tecumseh Mining company ephemera, and a vintage Michigan's Mile Maker Musgo porcelain gas pump sign to name a few. We also accept sports memorabilia such as autographed Detroit Tigers baseballs, Detroit Lions, University of Michigan and Michigan State football memorabilia and would be thrilled to accept these donations and give you a tax deduction for the maximum value of your donated items. When you donate collectibles, everyone wins: the needy in the community get support, you get tax break, and your closets get organized. Just complete the following form to donate Michigan collectibles or call us toll free 888-228-7320 today!

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