Have Donation Items? We’ll Take Them for You.
Our donation program with Boys and Girls Country
Next time you move with A Better Tripp, consider donating to our sponsored charity, Boys and Girls Country. This full-time children’s home serving the Greater Houston area runs entirely on donations from organizations, churches, and individuals. All donations are tax deductible.
What to Donate
Boys and Girls Country needs the following items in good condition:
- Child and teen clothing
- Large appliances, like refrigerators, freezers, stoves and ovens, washers and dryers
- Small appliances, like microwaves, George Foreman grills, electric griddles, etc.
What Not to Donate
We appreciate the thought, but Boys and Girls Country does not have the storage space for the following items:
- Pool tables
- Gas ovens or dryers
- Miscellaneous “garage sale” items like books, toys, collectibles, etc.
How to Donate
It’s easy to donate to Boys and Girls Country. On moving day, just separate your donation items, label them, and point them out to your mover. He’ll write you a receipt for your taxes and deliver your goods to Houston area kids in need.
If you would like to make a monetary donation, please make out your check to: Boys and Girls Country. A Better Tripp is happy to write you a receipt for your monetary donation, and we’ll even deliver it for you.[alert type=”notice” close=”false”]About Boys and Girls Country
Since their inception in 1972, Boys and Girls Country has provided a home for children from families in crisis. They house up to 88 children on site as well as work with approximately 13 young adults in their College and Career program. Boys and Girls Country is a 501(c)(3), is not a United Way member agency and does not rely on federal or state funding.[/alert]