June 1, 2019 (Knoxville, TN) – In the fall of 2012, driven from the overwhelming need for a simple way to donate large items like couches and dining room suites, the PickUpMyDonation.com idea was born. The PickUpMyDonation.com team built a cloud-based platform where donors can go on their phone and request a donation pick up in less than two minutes.
In the past, to donate a person would have to make many calls just to make a request. To fix this, Pickupmydonation.com strived to make donating as easy as possible. The website drives donation requests to non-profits via PickUpMyDonation.com’s own advertising efforts. PickUpMyDonation.com also lets the donor choose convenient times for them! In addition, there are also solutions for donors that have junk removal needs or urgent pick up requests through our national partnerships with organizations like College Hunks Hauling Junk.
Since PickUpMyDonation.com launched in the fall of 2012, it has grown significantly. The network has grown to over 160 pick up providers nationwide and over 5,000 donation requests each month. This has resulted in the live counter on our website reach $50,000,000 in total requests! The PickUpMyDonation.com team is excited to be a part of such a great solution for non-profits. They play a huge roll in our communities and we could not be more excited to see what the future holds.
PickUpMyDonation.com’s list of pick up providers includes independent stores from Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Habitat for Humanity, The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, Disabled American Veterans, AmVets, and many other independent non-profits.
To request a donation pick up, simply go to PickUpMyDonation.com, key in your zip code, and follow the simple instructions. Rest assured, your donation will go to an organization that serves your community. If you are a non-profit who could benefit from additional donation requests, contact PickUpMyDonation.com today for information on how to make your organization the simplest organization to donate to in your community.
~ J.R. Slack