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Donation Center

We are currently not accepting: Couches

Our Donation Center is currently not accepting couches. 

DONATION GUIDELINES

CALL US! We want to make sure we have room for your donation.

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  1. YES! You do need an appointment for each carload that will be arriving
  2. Call to see if we have room for your leftover yard sale BEFORE YOU LOAD YOUR CAR.
  3. If you have a large furniture donation, call to see if we have space.

WE GRATEFULLY ACCEPT:

Clothing – for Men, Women, Teens, Children, & Infants

  • Clean and in good condition (no rips or stains
  • Put in bags, not on hangers
  • Separate children’s and adults’ clothes


Household Items, Knickknacks, & Linens

  • Clean and in good condition
  • In bags or boxes (please box fragile items)


Books, Games, Videos, DVDs, CDs

  • Please separate books for adults and children


Furniture, Small Appliances, and Electronics

  • Clean and in good condition
  • Small appliances and electronics must work

WE CANNOT ACCEPT:

Air conditioners
Encyclopedias
Exercise equipment
Car seats
Child-Care Items
Children’s Furniture
Computers and Monitors
Hazardous Materials
Large appliances
LP albums
Mattresses
Recalled Items
Sporting Goods
Televisions
Toys

Not sure if we can take your donation?

Send us a picture, and we will let you know!

Donate. Shop.

Circular Economy

When you donate and shop at Second Glance you are participating in the circular economy.

A circular economy is a system in which the potential use of goods and materials is optimized and their elements returned to the system at the end of their viable life cycles.

 

Location

Second Glance is a meeting place at the intersection of community and commerce.

2 Pond Road
Gloucester, MA
978-283-4298

Shopping Hours

In-store shopping with capacity limits
Wednesday-Saturday
9 AM to 5 PM

Donation Center

Donation drop-off by appointment ONLY
Tuesday-Saturday
9:30 AM to 4:45 PM

COVID-19 Guidelines

Keeping Our Community Safe

Our programs continue to adhere to all federal, state, and local guidelines to keep everyone safe. Masks are no longer required, but they are recommended for those who have not been vaccinated.

Face Masks Recommended

Use Hand Sanitizer

Stay 6 ft. Apart

Respect Capacity Limits

Donation Center