Places to Donate Gently Used Maternity and Baby Clothes in OC

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I had a friend ask me the other day for places to donate gently used maternity and baby clothes in Orange County so I posted on my Tiny Oranges Facebook page to see if anyone had a suggestion.

Within one evening, I got 14 responses of great local OC charities. I love Facebook! I wanted to do a post listing these organizations in case you have items you no longer need and want to donate to local families who can use your help.  Your donations make a difference.

Of course, I know there are MANY more, so please comment below if you want to add to this list!   And, please do “like” my Facebook page as my readers have the best info to share!

Here they are (please make sure to call before dropping off to confirm hours and address):

Assistance League of Orange [Assistance to those in need in Orange.] Donations for thrift shop needed. 124 South Orange Street, Orange, California 92866. (714) 532-5800

Casa Teresa [Homeless shelter for pregnant women over 18] 8:30 – 4:30pm Monday through Friday. Please call (714) 538 – 4860 for address. Donation bin on side of driveway, drop items there and ring bell for receipt. No cribs or mattresses. Orange.

Circle of Concern [Circle of Concern Thrift Store supports abused and neglected children.] Weekly pick-ups available; click HERE for list of OC cities and call 1-800-499-5121 for more information.

Collette’s Children’s Home [Helping homeless women and children ] – 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Please call (714) 596-1380 in advance to ensure they can accept donation. Huntington Beach.

Focus Orange County [Assistance to families in need.] 13261 Dunklee Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92840-6158. (714) 971-2244

Laura’s House [Ending the silence of domestic violence] – Lake Forest . Tell them Jacelynn Ok’d donations if you call. Click here for drop off hours and address.

MOMS Orange County [Helping families have healthy babies] – Drop off from 8:30 – 5pm weekdays or call to arrange drop off on a Saturday or weeknight. 1128 W. Santa Ana Boulevard, Santa Ana, CA 92703

Orangewood Children’s Foundation [Provides services for abused and neglected children and at-risk famlies]  – Can drop items Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00 at front desk. 1575 E. 17th Street, Santa Ana.

Orange County Rescue Mission [Christian based] – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday: One Hope Drive, Tustin, CA 92782. Click here for urgent needs.

Share Our Selves [Services for homeless and low income families]  Drop off at 1550 Superior Avenue, Costa Mesa, between 8:00am-3:00pm. 949.270.2100.

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