The Charlottesville Symphony Society is happy to receive gently used orchestral instruments. We will pay for minor repairs, then donate them to underserved children or school music programs in the orchestra’s 11-county service area.Please contact Director of Youth Education Elizabeth Roberts at [email protected] or call the Symphony office, (434) 924-3139.Don’t have a used instrument, but want to help? Tax-deductible charitable contributions underwrite refurbishment costs. Checks payable to the Charlottesville Symphony Society can be mailed to:Charlottesville Symphony Society PO Box 4206 Charlottesville, VA 22905

Amazon Wish List for

Camp Holiday Trails
400 Holiday Trails Ln, Charlottesville, VA 22903

We are always in need of crafting supplies and basic first aid supplies, but there are also those odd little things and a few somewhat outrageous things that we keep on our wish list for those who want to support us in a different way. Help support us here.
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
  • Learn More

Amazon Wish List Items for

Fluvanna SPCA
5239 Union Mills Rd, Troy, VA 22974

We can always use donations of supplies!You can find an updated list of needed items on our Amazon Wishlist (link below), which you may order through Amazon or pick up at any local stores.
Donations of supplies are always appreciated. They are needed to help with animal care as well as our administrative needs.​Shop on your own or shop conveniently online at Amazon (View our Amazon Wish Lists at the links.) You can also help by using Amazon Smile and designating Animal Care Assistance Program as your charity of choice! We've made it easy for you, just click the Amazon Smile logo below.

Cville Community Bikes (CCB) needs help in the form of bike donations! We have made it through the past 18 months thanks to the generous support of the community, and we are running low on bike donations at the moment. If you have spare bikes/parts in your garage, we would love to refurbish them and help more community members get on bikes.

When you donate your bike, it is either refurbished and given away to an adult or child, or refurbished and sold as a revenue source to help CCB purchase the parts needed for our free bike and repair programs. Approximately 70% of our revenue, used to support our free bike programs, comes from refurbished bike sales.

We accept all bikes, parts, and gear donations. All donations are tax-deductible. Donations can be dropped by the shop at 917 Preston Ave Ste D during our open hours: Tues/Thurs 11-5, Fri/Sat 11-3.

For more info, check out our website at or contact us at [email protected].

Thank you for helping us keep biking accessible in Charlottesville!

  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection
Whether it’s clothing, shoes, and toiletries, or items like backpacks and sleeping bags, our guests are always in need. We have community partners who offer clothing to PACEM’s guests for free (see below). Both will gladly accept your donation and your help with distribution.
You can find our needed items in the link below:
As a nonprofit, our programs are always in need of supplies! We’d love to partner with you to hold a supply drive for kids. Check out our ongoing wishlist needs below!
The Bridge is in need of vehicles. You can donate your old vehicle, in any condition, to the Bridge. The Bridge uses the vehicles in the auto mechanic and body shop to teach the students how to diagnose and repair problems, perform regular maintenance, and how to clean and detail the vehicle.
  • In-Kind Donations

Donations Accepted for

Twice is Nice
923 Preston Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903

We accept the following donations:
  • Men & Women’s Clothing, Jewelry and Shoes

  • Furniture

  • Rugs

  • Collectibles

  • Housewares, Home Décor

  • Small Appliances

  • Full/Queen/King beds (limited basis)

We are always in need of donations for our resale store. We can take the following:
  • Appliances
  • Cabinets
  • Carpet and Rugs
  • Doors
  • Flooring
  • Furniture
  • Hardware
  • Lawn and Garden
  • Electrical
  • Home Decor
  • Lighting
  • Lumber & Trim
  • Paint
  • Plumbing
  • Windows
Currently, you must make an appointment to drop off donations.
PROTEIN - Choose 5 food items from the following list:
  • Low Sodium Soups or Stews
  • Meat – tuna, chicken, salmon in cans or pouches
  • Beans
  • Peanut Butter (low salt or unsalted variety)
  • Jars or Cans of Unsalted Nuts
FRUIT - Choose 5 cans or 2 (4 or 6 single serving) packs of fruit cups:
  • Fruit in fruit juice (mandarin oranges, pears, peaches, mixed, etc.) cans or fruit cups
  • Dried fruits (banana, cherries, apricots, raisins, etc.)
  • Applesauce
VEGETABLE - Choose 5 cans or 2 (4 or 6 single serving) cups that are Low Sodium or No Salt Added:
  • Green beans
  • Peas
  • Carrots
  • Corn
Please choose 1 or 2 items from the following list:
  • Box of Saltine or Ritz crackers
  • Box of Graham crackers, granola bars, cereal bars
100% FRUIT JUICE - One Box - 6 or 12 cartons in single-serving sizes
Please visit our website for more information about our Wish List, including our lists posted on and 
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc

Food Drive Suggested Items for

Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
2050 Lambs Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22901

Tuna/Canned Meat *Canned Vegetables/Beans *Ready to eat meals *Peanutbutter, Nut butter alternatives (sunflower, almond, etc.) *Jelly/Jam *Canned Fruit *Individual serving sizes of cereal, granola bars, instant oatmeal *Crackers (Saltines, Triscuits, Wheat Thins, etc) *Condiments & Spices (NO GLASS JARS) *Alternative proteins *Shelf stable milk and dairy alternatives (soy, almond, oat, etc.) *Baby supplies and food *Feminine sanitary supplies *
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
  • Learn More
The donations you make to The Arc of the Piedmont allow us to serve our community and carry out our vision: to be the leading provider of services and advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.The ARC Wish List shows exactly where your donations are going and all of the things we could use here at The Arc of the Piedmont.We are sincerely thankful for your support in improving the lives of so many people in our community.You can also mail donations to:The Arc of the Piedmont, 1149 Rose Hill, Charlottesville, VA 22903
  • In-Kind Donations
Our current needs:
  • Landscaping & Clearance Resources
  • Construction & Building Resources
  • Volunteers & Man-power
  • Monetary Donations
As we continue to grow, we are seeking nice quality art supplies and fixtures for our community studio.With the right tools in hand, our participants will gain confidence, emotional awareness and technical knowledge.With your help, we can provide a creative space devoid of judgement where individuals can learn about themselves and the reasons behind their creative choices.
We are building a Community Park in one of our service areas of Buckingham County, Virginia..We are excited about building this park and with your support, you are helping us to establish a solid presence in the community that will be here for a lifetime.Next step is bringing in electicity!We have a quote (estimate) of $4400. Please consider making a donation.When you make a donation of any size you will be honored and mentioned on our LNE Welcome Wall inside the park! You can also chose to remain anonymous.For more information please go to our website. You can donate here and on our website.Or you could go Old School and send donations via snail mail to:The Love No Ego FoundationP.O. Box 7134Charlottesville, VA 22906Please make sure you click on Power To The Park in the drop down menu for "I'm donating/paying to a specific event/program/project"Thank You!

Supplies needed for

Fluvanna SPCA
5239 Union Mills Rd, Troy, VA 22974

We can always use donations of supplies!We can always use the following supplies:
  • Purina Cat & Dog Food (All Life Stages)
  • Wet Kitten Food & Kitten Milk Replacer
  • Pine or Paper Pellet Cat Litter
  • Martingale Dog Collars (mostly M, L)
  • Advantage II or Advantage Multi Topical Free Treatment
  • New or Gently Used Blankets & Towels
  • Bleach
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Paper Towels
Park Details of Phase 1a
  • Hammock Park
  • Outdoor Library
  • Two Community Gardens
  • 12x12' Exercise Floor Pad
  • A Love...No Ego Welcome wall
  • A Small Office Space
  • Restroom
  • Parking
Imagine us doing all our awesome prgramming with our youth!Our Current Needs:Landscaping ResourcesConstruction & Building ResourcesVolunteer & Man-power/Women-powerMonetary DonationsSharing This Information 
International Neighbors currently has a car request list of 107 individuals. Our clients are faced with exorbitant expenses, beginning with repaying the U.S. Government for their family's airline costs. This hefty bill ($9,000 for a refugee family of 9 people to be resettled to America from Uganda) coupled with Charlottesville's outrageous cost of living ($1,200 for a 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment) with only minimum wage employment opportunities makes car ownership almost impossible.