Donate Auction Items

While Hospice & Community Care can accept and store donations for the Labor Day Auction year-round, we prefer that items are donated April through August. Lists of accepted donations and where they should be dropped off are outlined below. PLEASE REVIEW THESE IMPORTANT NOTES PRIOR TO MAKING YOUR DONATION:

Burle Business Park (24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, self-service drop-off)
Burle Business Park (Building #16)
1022 New Holland Avenue
Lancaster, PA

  • New or used wood or metal furniture/furnishings
  • Gently used home items/décor
  • Mass-produced artwork (pieces that could be purchased at home décor stores like Home Goods, Kirklands, Target, etc)
  • New or used tools
  • Pottery or woodwork
  • Collectibles (items like Fiesta ware, Hess trucks, Longaberger baskets, vintage toys, figurines, etc)
  • Used jewelry
  • New or gently used upholstered furniture
  • Antiques

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Hospice & Community Care (Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., April – August preferred)
Hospice & Community Care
685 Good Drive
Lancaster, PA

  • New or gently used quilts
  • Experiences or vacation packages
  • New jewelry
  • Gift baskets
  • Gift certificates
  • Sports memorabilia, game tickets or golf outings (please include a description of rare or autographed items)
  • Original works of art (mass produced artwork like that sold in home goods stores should be delivered to Burle Business Park)

Donating Used Vehicles
If you have a used car, truck, motorcycle, RV, boat or ATV, you can donate it to Hospice & Community Care’s Labor Day Auction! Not only is this a fast and easy way to get rid of an unwanted vehicle, it’s a great way to help people coping with serious illness, end of life or loss. We take vehicles in any condition as long as you can get the vehicle to us. Contact the Development Office at (717) 295-3900 or info@hospicecommunity.org for details.

Items we do not accept:

  • Mattresses
  • Pillows (sleeping or decorative)
  • Stuffed animals or soft-sided toys, etc.
  • Heavily used upholstered furniture
  • Large appliances (refrigerators, water heaters, air conditioners, etc)
  • Small appliances (microwaves, toasters, etc.)
  • Electronics (stereos, computers, and TV’s etc.)
  • Exercise equipment (treadmills, bikes, weights, etc)
  • Records
  • Books
  • Puzzles
  • VHS tapes, DVDs
  • Clothing
  • Pianos/Organs

Questions about donations may be directed to the Development Office at (717) 295-3900.