We make it easy to donate in Parkersburg, WV

Are you a resident of the Mid-Ohio Valley and Greater Parkersburg Area? Are you looking to donate your stuff? If you answered “yes” to both questions, enter your zip code on this page to setup a donation to Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley ReStore. If your zip code matches their pick up area, our system will route your pick up request directly to them. Otherwise, your request will go to any other qualified pick up providers in our database.

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At PickUpMyDonation.com, we connect donors in the Greater Parkersburg area with the Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley Restore. When you fill out the form on our site, we forward your request to their pick up schedulers. Then they’ll contact you to finalize your pick up date and time.

About Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley Restore

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore helps raise funds to support the home building mission of Habitat for Humanity in Washington County Ohio and Wood County West Virginia. In addition, the ReStore provides a lower cost option for home furnishings for those who may not be able to afford full retail prices. Plus, donating still useful items to ReStores prevents millions of tons of materials from ending up in the landfill every year.

About the Mid-Ohio Valley/Parkersburg Area

While in Parkersburg, enjoy the rich history by visiting Fort Boreman park, a former Civil War outpost at the confluence of the Ohio and Little Kanawha Rivers. Its high vantage point gives you a panoramic view of downtown Parkersburg, the Ohio River, and Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park. Take a 30 minute sternwheel ride down the Ohio River and visit Blennerhassett Island and mansion which often plays host to special events with characters dressed in period costumes. Learn about Aaron Burr’s connection to the Blennerhassetts and how he visited the area to conspire to overthrow the US government.

Looking for a place to stay that has a great story? Look no further than the Blennerhassett Hotel, a restore turn of the century hotel with luxurious rooms and fine dining. Who knows, Mr. Chancellor who originally built the hotel may just pay you a visit in the middle of the night. Each fall, take advantage of the ghost tours which the Travel Channel ranked in the top ten best ghost tours in the country.

For a small town, Parkersburg has a thriving arts community and you can take in shows at the historic Smoot or watch one of the six annual live productions at the Actors Guild of Parkersburg which is located directly across from Parkersburg’s Art Center. In addition to the developing historic downtown business district, spend an hour or so taking a self guided tour of the historic Julia-Ann Square residential historic district. Step back in time and see the grand homes built by the wealthy oil and gas tycoons that established the town. These majestic homes are still privately owned and meticulously cared for and many have undergone extensive restorations.

Microbreweries are popping up all over and Parkersburg is no exception. The North End Tavern is one of the oldest breweries in the state and the newly re-established Parkersburg Brewing Company is making their mark having recently won a national award for their Blonde on Blonde light ale.

If shopping is your vice, you’ll find plenty in the main shopping district along Grand Central Avenue. Stop by the Grand Central mall or any of the surrounding chains like Pier One, TJ Maxx, Men’s Wearhouse, or Old Navy. You can also find an abundance of dining options as well as locally owned shops.