Easy, Eco-Friendly Fundraising

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How It Works

STEP 1

PROMOTE — Let everyone in your community know they can support your nonprofit by donating gently used clothing and household items. We have an entire toolkit of marketing materials to get you started!

STEP 2

COLLECT — Collect all the donated items. When you’re ready, we’d love to take them off your hands at one of our convenient drop off locations.

STEP 3

GET PAID — Once delivered, we'll buy the items (by pound or per piece) and pay your nonprofit directly. Your nonprofit gets paid without spending a penny!

TVI, Inc. dba Savers/Value Village through the FUNDrive program offers a fundraiser platform to nonprofits and/or charitable organizations free of charge. Every fundraiser conducted through the FUNDrive program is run by the organization. Savers/Value Village does not solicit goods on behalf of the organizations, does not promote any FUNDrive event on behalf of any organization, and does not provide professional fundraising advice and/or services to individual organizations. Savers/Value Village provides generic template tools for free. At the end of the fundraising event, the organization can choose to deliver and sell the collected donations to Savers/Value Village. Click here to learn more about the FUNDrive program and here for the FUNDrive terms and conditions.

Who Can Participate

Our goal is to help local nonprofits—such as schools, sports teams, community groups and other charitable organizations—generate revenue to support their missions. FUNDrive® groups must be a nonprofit and/or charitable organization that is in compliance with all applicable laws. In the U.S. the group must also be registered as tax-exempt with the Internal Revenue Service. This includes, but is not limited to, 501(c)(3) organizations.