“Donating a item?” Submission Form

Please fill out the form below and let us know what items you would like to donate.

Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Location (required)

Description of Items (required)


We have suspended our furniture program temporarily for 8-10 weeks, (while we try to expand and better this program, (we are currently in need of storage for pledged donations as well as volunteers when the programs kicks back off)

Please expect 2-5 days when awaiting reply in some circumstances.
Pick-ups are primarily done on weekends.
Only items in very good condition are accepted and BOTGNY only accepts what we know we can place with a Veteran in a timely manner.
Our biggest needs are dressers, kitchen sets, living room sets, night & end tables. Kitchenware. Microwaves.
We rarely accept entertainment centers, TV’s, large dining room sets and china closets.
We never accept pre-owned mattresses.
Your donations will be going towards helping a Veteran transition into a new start on life, who was  determined previously as homeless and now has recently acquired housing through the VA’s HUD VASH program.

We would like to remind everyone that we are a Volunteer based organization. Please remember that the BOTGNY member you are working with is a Veteran and a volunteer offering his personal time after work or away from his family on the weekends. Many of our Veteran Volunteers are Service Connected Disabled Veterans themselves.

No employees and the organization only has volunteers  on Weekday evenings (which are all in-house program related) and various weekends. Pantry programs and pickups along with deliveries to Our Veterans are done primarily on weekends with the priority being delivering food, furniture and mattresses to these Veteran & Military families in need. This could result in pledged donation pick-ups taking more scheduling than expected along with postponements.

Boots on the Ground NY has a very limited storage area (only 500 SF) which results in us only picking up items when we have requests and referrals from Veterans & caseworkers.

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