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Donating To Thrift Store Locations

Your donations make shopping at our thrift stores fun, inspiring, discovery-filled adventures while at the same time generating monies for patient care provided by our clinical team to patients and their families throughout Sacramento and El Dorado counties.

Thank you for considering donating your gently used household goods to help us raise monies for the Snowline Mission.

Donate by bringing your gently used items to our Thrift Stores.

If you can’t get it to us, we now have a partner, ReSupply, a Veteran owned & operated company that works with us, to help you with donation pickup & delivery to Snowline Thrift.

ReSupply will arrange a pick up from your residence, business, or storage unit… click the blue “Donation Pickup” button below to schedule! (Service fee will apply.)

Everyone at Snowline Thrift is grateful for all your donations, with a commitment to re-selling in our stores or ethical disposal.

As a general rule, it is at the discretion of the Donation Receiver to determine whether or not we will be able to sell your donated items. We hope you understand why your donated items may be declined.

For Snowline Hospice to stay true to our Mission and commitment to reducing our carbon footprint, we continually monitor recycling changes. Due to current recycling changes, we cannot accept the items listed below. These items either cost us money to recycle or don’t sell, which results in high disposal costs, which takes away from patient care.



Mattresses, Sofa Sleepers, Futons, Headboards,

Trundles, Frames, Large Office Furniture

Waste Management (WM)

El Dorado Disposal

530-626-4141 – Residents Only

Kiefer Landfill

12701 Kiefer Blvd & Grant Line Rd


M-F 6:30am – 4:30pm

Sa-Su 8:30am – 4:30pm

Folsom Disposal

916-461-6730 – Residents Only

El Dorado Hills Fire Station



Printers, Faxes, Scanners, Copiers,Used Ink Cartridges
Pianos and Organs
Plastic: Large/Bulky, Hangers, Dirty, Broken, Blinds
Garbage or Trash (Reason: Every dollar spent on dump fees takes a dollar away from patient care)
Tires, PVC Pipe
Propane Tanks, Pressure Cylinders
Hazardous Waste, Paint
Pesticides, Chemicals, Cleaning Products
Batteries, Fluorescent Tubes, Light Bulbs, Hard Wired Lights
Cribs, strollers, safety gates, car seats, etc. (Reason? Government safety recalls.)
Anything damaged, stained, soiled, or smelly
Electronics without Cords
Smoke Detectors & CO2 Detectors
Animals, Fish, Mammal, Bird, Bones, Hides, Etc Some Local Veteran’s Organizations
Car Batteries and Used Oil Most Auto Part Stores
Oxygen Canisters Return to Original Store
Fire Extinguishers Hangtown Fire 530-626-6243
Building Materials Habitat for Humanity 530-621-3317
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Magazines, Books: Damaged or Spiral Bound
Large appliances (washers, dishwashers, refrigerators, microwave ovens, etc.)
Entertainment Centers, Particle Board Furniture


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