Got Stuff To Donate?

If you are located in the Dallas-Fort-Worth Metropolitan area:

Fill out the Message box below briefly listing the stuff you are donating. Please note: INFORMATION SUBMITTED HERE WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED ON THE WEB. You normally should be contacted by Christian Hospitality by phone or email and your stuff picked up within one week, and no listing of any kind will appear on the website.

If you are located in the USA but outside the Dallas-Fort-Worth metropolitan area, or if you are located in some other country outside the USA:

Fill out the Message box below briefly listing the stuff you are donating. Please note: a short notice of your stuff (but none of your personal, address, or contact details), will be posted on this website and the time your stuff is picked up will depend on responses we get to your listing.

Please list in the Message box below most or all of the following:

1. Your name
2. The address (where the stuff can be picked up) — Country, State, City, Area of City, Street Address, Zip Code.
3. A brief description of the stuff (preferably list)
4. Your estimate of second-hand value (rule-of-thumb — if still in as-new condition, one fourth of the as-new price, otherwise one tenth)
5. Your email
6. Your phone number (must be current)
7. Any other relevant info. like preferable times to pick up, how long the stuff will be available to pick up etc.

12 comments on “Got Stuff To Donate?

  1. I have been trying to get my Christian Hospitality contact [name omitted] to give me the organizations tax ID but am not getting a response…just a referral to this website. My mother, sister and myself have donated numberous items and had forgotten to request the tax ID. Who do I need to contact to get the information???

    • Thank you for your inquiry. I presume you mean by “Tax ID”, the so-called “Employer Identification Number” issued by the Federal tax-system to businesses. Please note Christian Hospitality (christianhospitality.org) is not a business and doesn’t have any employees, but is a Christian fellowship, and therefore is not issued an “Employer Identification Number”. Religious groups are not taxable by federal law.
      Some donors have found the following information helpful —
      1) Go to the official IRS website (www.irs.gov)
      2) Go to the “non-cash charitable contributions” page
      3) Give amounts only (in $$)
      4) List the organization (Christian Hospitality christianhospitality.org) and date
      5) Download form 8283.

  2. are you all a nonprofit organization?
    we tried to submit our receipt with our accountant last year, and you all were not listed as an organization we could claim to write of our donation $ amount???

    • Thank you for your question. Christian Hospitality (christianhospitality.org) is a Bible-believing Spirit-filled Christian fellowship, not a so-called “501(c)3 not-for-profit” organization. No Christian fellowship comes under the Federal Tax law according to the American Constitution, unless it chooses to do so by (foolishly) applying for and receiving 501(c)3 status or a similar tax-designation. Receiving that “privilege” (lol) from the Federal machine means then you gag yourself to “not criticize politicians”!!!! Great eh? (for the Federal machine). Obviously every Christian group in the country should keep as far away as possible, like we do, from that so-called “privilege”! There are Federal tax regulations which allow people to claim discounts on their Federal tax for donations, and we have suggested a possible route for such people in another answer to a comment on this page. You might be able to take that route successfully. The disgusting abuse by the criminal organization known as the IRS which has had the effect of stifling the exercise of religion in this country, and free speech, ought to be thoroughly exposed, and perhaps I will address that by the Word of God on this blog in the near future. I hope that answers your question. If not, please inquire again.

  3. Sheri Kopidlansky

    07/07/2015 at 12:16 pm Reply

    I have been aware of and have donated to Christian Hospitality (CH) for several years now. My husband and I are aware that they are not a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization; therefore, donating to them is not a charitable deduction for tax purposes. We do know that CH services the poor in our community and choose to donate to them anyway to help those families in need who are less fortunate than we are. We have donated everything, including clothes (men’s/women’s/children’s, purses, shoes, socks, ties, belts, etc.), indoor/outdoor furniture, TV’s, books, toys, sleeping bags, suit cases, electronics, kitchen appliances and gadgets, etc. – they will pick up anything, anywhere, anytime – no donation is too big or too small for them! We always obtain a receipt showing that we donated to CH and attach a list of all our items donated. We let our tax accountant see that it was listed as part of our yearly charitable donations, but because CH is not a 501(c)3 organization, there is no tax deduction – just a satisfied soul knowing that someone in need has been helped.

    • Thank you for your kind words of encouragement. I would suggest letting your accountant know there is a procedure for obtaining tax deductions for contributions to religious operations as detailed in the comment-replies on this page. No religious organization is federally taxable, unless it (stupidly) applies for so-called “not-for-profit” status. This is a federal scam in order to tax and muzzle freedom of religion. By treating the group as a “business” (if the group stupidly accepts that description of itself) the IRS can “tax the business” instead of the individuals of that group who are not taxable. This is an extortion racket run by the federal government which cons you out of your Constitutional rights not to be taxed on your property. Just thought I’d make that clear to you. Please ask if you want more info. on that. Thanks again for your support and may God bless you richly.

  4. Where do I submit info for donation?

    • Right here on the reply box on this page. Nothing will be published — if you’re in the Dallas area you’ll be contacted by one of our mission workers, and you take it from there. God bless you and yours.

  5. Also, is there a phone number I can reach you at? That would be really helpful

    • Online we use only the Blog right here for messaging. Depending on your area, you’ll hear from a mission worker if you leave a message in the comment box below, either by email or phone if you give us a number. Your message will not be published online if you live in the Dallas area or thereabouts, and if you live elsewhere, no personal info. will be published either, only general info. about what stuff you’ve got to donate, and what zone you live in.

  6. I have a good deal of furniture and clothes to donate. A lady by the name of Sara is who my daughter has delt with before. How do I get in touch with her ?

    • Thank you for your inquiry. Please fill out a Message below giving us your contact telephone number or a working email address, and you will be contacted by a Christian Hospitality worker in Dallas TX. Please note your contact details won’t be published online. Thanks again.

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