Resources for Organizing Your Home

lutterers Anonymous meeting:
Thursday evenings 7-8:30
Sun River Church, Rancho Cordova

On-line resources:

An exciting new on-line marketplace for Baby Boomers to sell their unwanted

A good personal financial management site:

An excellent time management tool:

A good way to safely store all your on-line passwords:

Organizing Stores: Organizing Products/Information:

To find a charity that will pick up items for free, go to

Places to donate stuff in the Sacramento area:

To find a charity that accepts your donation, visit

Your local library accepts donations of used books

These non-profit organizations will accept any items that are in good and usable condition:

St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

The Salvation Army

United Cerebral Palsy

Sacramento Children’s Home – see list on website:

Sacramento Loaves and Fishes/Maryhouse – see list on website:

For donation of professional women’s clothing and accessories:
Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE)

For donation of any item for children under 5:

Birth and Beyond Family Resource Centers

Sacramento County Nurse and Family Partnership:

For donation of toiletries and everyday use items for homeless persons:

Local Charity Pick Up Trucks:

  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters: 855-882-2227
  • Disabled American Veterans: 800-238-8387
  • Salvation Army: 916-441-5267
  • United Cerebral Palsy: 800-860-0357

SHREDDERS in the Sacramento area:


Any local library or community center

A fun organizing site: