Please follow the instructions below to request Available Items.
Prepare a signed letter on the organization's or school’s letterhead providing the following information:
A) Requestor's contact information (full name, title, work phone number, email address)
B) Alternate contact information from your organization (ie. president, principal, project manager)
C) Address of organization/school
D) Type and purpose of organization/school
E) List of requested items with the quantity, description, and inventory number
F) Explanation for what purpose which would result in a public good of the use of the requested items
G) Indicate that by accepting the donation that the organization agrees to release the City from and to assume any and all liabilities and expenses for the removal, transport, use and disposal of items including any and all licenses and permits required for same
H) Copy of your organization's non-profit status paperwork (New users only)
Missing information or incomplete letters will not be processed.
Please scan and email letters to the Virtual Warehouse Associate at email@example.com.
Recycle old cell phones!
Donate your cell phone and help someone in need!
To donate your cell phone to the Department on the Status of Women:
- Drop it off to 25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 240, San Francisco, CA.
All brands are accepted and phones do not need to have a charger.
Call 415-252-2570 for more information.
Excess Access (www.excessaccess.com) is a nationwide program for reuse based on wish lists that you create and fulfilled by donors who have the items you need.
SCRAP (www.scrap-sf.org) - Scroungers' Center for Re-usable Art Parts - provides teachers and
community groups with interactive learning materials to support
excellence in education. Accepts and sells arts and crafts items and
unusual things, including fabric, sewing notions, and paper craft
iReuse (http://www.ireuse.com/wishlistlanding.aspx) allows individuals, businesses, and non-profits to create a wish list of office furniture and equipment to reuse. These items are acquired from medium to large businesses that used iReuse's redistribution, donation, and recycling services.