Donate Montana Collectibles to Charity!

Tax season is always around the corner, and most people have all of their paperwork ready and organized. What about those contributions? It’s not too late to donate Montana collectibles you have tucked away in the attic or in that hallway closet. Do you have a couple of art paintings? You can donate them and benefit your community. How about vintage toys or baseball cards? Any type of collectible memorabilia will be greatly appreciated by Collectibles with Causes. Over the years we have received Montana collectible donations like fossils from Jordan, Bear gulch & Hell creek, parables of Jesus Franklin mint medal set, original vintage porcelain signs, Crow & Lakota Sioux Native American artifacts, Vintage RUANA Custom Made Bonner Montana Knives, WWI wildcat uniform and medals, Great Falls Montana red wing crock liquor jug collection, Missouri river sapphire specimens and a Montana Liquor Co, Butte - Overland Rye tray and many more.

When you donate Montana collectibles you support the those in need as well as receive a nice tax break for doing so. Most importantly though, you will feel good about yourself for giving. Giving is contagious, and once you start, you just can’t stop. It always brings rewards back to the giver whether it is in the form of a tax break or kind words filled with appreciation. No one may even know that you donate Montana collectibles, but your face will reflect the good feeling in your heart and people will also feel that something nice is going on in you when they look at you. So, what are you waiting for? Gather up your collectibles including antique furniture, comic books, collectible paintings, knives, costume jewelry, collector guitars, novelties, baseball cards, antique rugs and more. While you’re at it, why not get the whole family involved? Make giving back to the community a family tradition by donating Montana collectibles to charity. Please complete the following form 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.