DANNY FOLEY LIFESTYLE X REVIVALS POP-UP EVENT FEBRUARY 24 AT PALM SPRINGS REVIVALS STORE

How to Donate

Giving Back Never Goes Out of Style

Shopping at — or donating to — one or all four of DAP Health’s Revivals Thrift Stores (in Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, and Indio) funds hope and health for the more than 100,000 individuals who call DAP Health their wellness home.

That’s because the Revivals brand of resale donates 100% of its profits (more than $1 million a year) to support quality, culturally competent, comprehensive medical and mental health care at DAP Health. Find yourself at Revivals, relove the preloved, and create the community you crave.

Charitable Donation Pick-Up

How to Donate

Schedule a Pick-Up

Ready to donate your lightly used furniture, appliances, TVs, and other large items? Revivals will come pick up your donations for FREE*! 

To request a FREE pickup, complete the form, or contact Juan Gonzalez at (760)323-3662 or [email protected]

ITEMS WE CANNOT ACCEPT

Unfortunately, we cannot accept certain items, which include (but are not limited to):

Charitable Donation Drop-off

How to Donate

Charitable Donation Drop-off

Each of our four locations offers assisted drop-off seven days a week. We accept donations Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Our employees are happy to help unload your vehicle.

Sometimes some things can be too pre-loved for us…

Here are some other locations to drop off your items:

Palm Springs Disposal Services
4690 East Mesquite Avenue, Palm Springs

Mon-Fri 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Burrtec’s Recycle Center
41-800 Corporate Way, Palm Desert
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Mon-Fri 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Cathedral City Public Works Yard:
68-385 Kieley Rd 

Tues 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

82-150 State Highway 111
611 South Palm Canyon Drive

ITEMS WE CAN NOT ACCEPT

UNFORTUNATELY, WE CAN NOT ACCEPT CERTAIN ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Items that are not clean, or not in saleable condition (the costs of handling or disposing of which would pull funds that would otherwise support our mission).
  • Items frequently recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: infant furniture, car seats, baby cribs, strollers, carriages, playpens/play yards, children’s items containing lead or phthalates. 
  • Mattresses and Box Springs
  • Weapons and munitions of any kind
  • Copiers (home-use, desktop)
  • Home-use medical monitors
  • I-Pods and  MP3 players
  • Microwave ovens (non-operational)
  • PDAs
  • Pagers
  • Printer/scanner/fax machines
  • Radios (car)
  • Telephones & answering machines
  • Items containing asbestos
  • Biological or commercial waste
  • Explosives
  • Tires and high-pressure cylinders
  • Oxygen, air tanks (SCUBA or SCBA)
  • Radioactive materials
  • Paint
  • Household cleaners

Do Good Locally.

Shopping at — or donating to — one or all four of DAP Health’s Revivals Thrift Stores (in Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, and Indio) funds hope and health for the more than 100,000 individuals who call DAP Health their wellness home.

That’s because the Revivals brand of resale donates 100% of its profits (more than $1 million a year) to support quality, culturally competent, comprehensive medical and mental health care at DAP Health. Find yourself at Revivals, relove the preloved, and create the community you crave.

DAP Health

It’s where no one ever wonders if they belong. They just feel it.

DAP Health is an internationally renowned, advocacy-based Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) based in Palm Springs. Its mission is to improve the overall well-being of the entire desert community — especially the disenfranchised who face disparities in accessing care due to sexual orientation, gender identity, race, or class — by making health equity and justice a reality.

Founded in 1984 in the face of the HIV/AIDS crisis, today the nonprofit provides comprehensive, culturally competent, quality wraparound services that include primary and preventative medical care, HIV care, sexual wellness testing and treatment, gender-affirming care, dental care, mental health care, social services, affordable housing, and more. No one is ever turned away due to inability to pay.