Drop off your donation anytime
Tuesday - Sturday: 10 am - 4 pm
Please do not drop off donations while we are closed.
Choose which charitable account listed below you wish to donate your items in support of.
The NET PROCEEDS from the sale of each item is deposited into that organizations account
The General Fund is an internal account at The Puzzle Piece. We are able to use this account to help special needs adults with free clothing or furnishings as well as provide support with groceries as needed. We work with The Arc and The Coalition to help identify this special population with needs.
The Arc of Moore County was established in 1960 by parents who needed and desired services and supports for their children with developmental disabilities. The Arc provides a variety of services and supports to individuals and families. As an advocacy organization, we work at the local, state and national level to encourage new and better opportunities for inclusive living, working and leisure for people with disabilities, while supporting self-advocates to achieve independence and dignity
Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded Special Olympics with a vision that individuals with intellectual disabilities were far more capable in sports and physical activity than many experts believed possible. In 1968 Mrs. Shriver organized the first Special Olympics International Games in Chicago, Ill. Six athletes from North Carolina were among the participants.
Our vision is to be the trusted partner for all people with autism as they lead fulfilling lives. We respect and value the uniqueness of all individuals with autism; when provided the opportunity, each person can make a unique contribution to their family, community, and society.
The Puzzle Piece Crew & Family are all huge animal lovers so we added this one on behalf of all of our furbabies.
Animal Advocates of Moore County is committed to all aspects of animal welfare including spay/neuter, animal cruelty, animal rescue accompanied by community education and diligence toward humane legislation
No restrictions except for obvious broken, stained, damaged goods.
While we appreciate your donation we are not able to sell or giveaway stained clothing, broken toys and such.
Please take damaged goods to the recycling center and bring us the rest in support of your special needs community.
If you have a large amount to donate (more than 2 bags or boxes) please call us 910-688-7119 ahead of time so that we can be sure to make room.
It’s the sustainable way to give back.