What Are The Steps To Donate My Old Appliance?
The process to donate your old appliance is simple. However, what’s important to note is that we are a for-profit company. We are not a 501c3 non-profit. When we say ‘donate,’ what we mean is that we will be donating YOUR appliance to a family in need. On your end, you will still be responsible for the costs related to a typical junk removal job.
We’d like to do everything for free, but unfortunately that’s not the world we live in just yet!
- Give us a call, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Appliance Donation Program. Please send a picture of the appliance, as well as some details about where the item is located.
- We’ll connect and figure out a time and place we can come pick it up! Typically, we offer same day services, however, they are not always available.
- That’s it!
There’s nothing else to it. By following these simple steps, you’ve not only kept your good, working condition appliance out of the landfill, but you’ve also made someone’s day, possibly even week.
Thank you for considering appliance donation as an option, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!
The appliance donation program is a great way to get rid of your old appliance while also helping those in need.
Disclaimer About Donated Appliances
American River Hauling and Junk Removal llc assumes zero risk. While most appliances can be tested briefly for basic functionality, we can not assume that they do not pose any risk for failure.
By accepting your appliance, American River Hauling and Junk Removal llc transfers all liability of fire, water, structural, and / or electrical damage caused by the donated appliance/s to you. We are not responsible for any physical or bodily harm caused by one of these appliances. Use at your own risk.
All we can do is share what the owners have told us, which is if an appliance is in ‘good, working condition’ or not. By accepting an appliance from us, sole liability or any loss or damage is transferred to you.
From there we do a brief inspection, and if everything looks good, we go down the list of applicants.