Give Goods & Professional Services

Give Goods &

Professional Services

In-Kind Donations

When you donate to NCCF, you can be confident that your clothing, furniture, and household goods are making a difference. Our donation store, Dr. C’s Boutique, allows clients from all of our 20+ programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area to enjoy a shopping experience without spending any money.

Not sure if your item is right for NCCF? Check out the list of needed items below, call Jermaine Lemons (240-743-7252), or use our contact form and we will gladly help you find the right home for your donated items. 

Drop Off

6301 Greentree Rd

Bethesda, MD 20817


Monday – Friday (10 am – 4 pm)

Donation Center is closed on weekends and Federal Holidays.

Drop Off Instructions

When you arrive on our campus, keep to the left in the parking lot. The Donation Center is located behind building 3. Turn left and pull into one of the parking spaces. Place all donations underneath the awning or in the after hours donation box.

Log Your Donations In-Person or Online

Please fill our our paper log onsite or our  online donation form to receive an emailed receipt within 15 business days. 


Needed Goods

 Oftentimes, families will come to us with nothing but the clothes on their back. Your gently used or new items have the ability to turn a house into a home, provide a homeless family with hope, and bring a smile to the face of a neglected high school youth.

Thank you for donating items that are clean, free of rips/tears, and stains! When donating, please place all items in bags or boxes so they can be received by our families in the best possible condition. 

  • In season clothing and accessories – ALL AGES AND SIZES
    • October – March: Accepting Fall/Winter Clothes
    • April – September: Accepting Spring/Summer Clothing
    • Professional Attire – Please note, we do not need Men’ Suits at this time.
    • Hats, scarves, gloves (Seasonal)
    • Handbags (Seasonal)
    • Wallets
    • Jewelry 
    • Athletic/Exercise clothing
    • Shoes in excellent condition – women’s, men’s, kids & baby
    • Maternity clothing
  • Unopened hygiene items (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)
  • Household goods 
    • Bakeware
    • Small Kitchen appliances.
    • Pots & Pans
    • Kitchen gadgets
    • Silverware
    • Dining plates, bowls, cups, serving ware etc.
  • Small appliances (coffee makers, fans, heaters, toaster oven etc.)
  • Sheets, blankets, comforters (size twin, twin XL, full, queen)
    • Decorative pillows
    • Throw Blankets
    • New Pillows
    • New Mattress Pads
  • NEW pillows and mattress pads
  • Bathroom Items
    • Bath towels, washcloths and hand towels
    • Shower Curtains
    • Bathmats
  • Infant essentials (diapers, wipes, pull-ups, toiletries)
  • Luggage, suitcases, duffle bags
  • Electronics less than 6 years old
  • Arts & Craft materials
  • School Supplies
  • Non-perishable pantry food items – within expiry date
  • New unopened toys
  • Baby equipment – strollers, highchairs, baby gates, cribs.
  • Car Seats & Booster Seats – no more than 6 years old

Taxes and Donations Receipt

If you would like a receipt, please fill out the paper donation log onsite or fill out our online form with your name, address, email address, and value of the donated items. We will email your receipt within 15 business days. At the end of the year, you can use the receipt to claim a tax deduction for donated clothing and household items. If you have any questions, please contact:

Jermaine Lemons, In-Kind Donations Specialist

Office Phone: (301) 365-4480, ext.109
Cell Phone: (240) 743-7252

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires you to value your donation when filing your return. Please click here to view the IRS’s Fair Market Value prices.


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