Donate Texas Collectibles to Charity!

Texas collectible donations could be as large as the state itself with a range of items such as a classic Chevrolet pick-up truck to a signed Willie Nelson guitar to NASA space memorabilia. With your TX collectible donations, you will strike oil with great benefits like a fair market tax deduction as well as the personal satisfaction of knowing all the proceeds will go towards supporting the needy throughout the world. Other Texas collectible donations might include antique handmade stainless steel spurs, native American dolls, Billy Klapper spurs, barb wire art, comic books, an antique vintage Texas lone star quilt, an autographed Nolan Ryan baseball, vintage Texas ranch roping saddle, a 1950's Walt Disney Davy Crockett at Alamo Thermos, porcelain signs, custom alligator cowboy boots, University of Texas rings, obsolete Texas Ranger stars and much more.

If you are clearing an attic or old garage that hasn’t seen daylight in years, chances are that there may be plenty of TX collectibles. Instead of wasting time trying to sell some of these items on consignment or online, why not donate them to our charity instead? We ensure that we receive the maximum value for these Texas collectible donations so that the needy in the community and across the world reap the benefits of your generosity. Donate Texas collectibles such as an antique slot machine, turn of the century tin ceiling tiles, a Roger Clemens Signed Univ. of Texas Jersey, donate comic books TX, musical instruments, a museum quality headdress, Texas commemorative gold coin, a Texas Civil War Era Confederate Button and more. When you offer a Texas collectible donation, you will be pleased with your fair market tax deduction and enjoy the fact that a needy family or child will benefit from your generous Texas collectible donation. Please complete the following form or call toll free 888-228-7320 to get started today!

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