Your AG collection provides long-lasting benefits. Your once-loved American Girl dolls get a new home. Young girls get refurbished dolls at a price they can afford. Trainees get necessary coaching in job skills and workplace social skills. You get the joy of helping so many.
Why donate your American Girl doll collection?
You can help us by collecting once-loved American Girl dolls AND all their accessories. Our trainees will clean the dolls, clothes, and furniture, and prepare them for resale. You should see how happy our customers are when they get an American Girl doll to take home, and how accomplished our trainees feel.
When you donate your American Girl doll collection you get a quadruple benefit:
- You know your dolls will be cared for in the most ideal way
- You are providing work and job skill training for a young woman with autism or other learning disabilities
- You are enabling another little girl, or adult collector, to love an American Girl doll as much as you did.
- You get a receipt you can use for your tax records.
To donate American Girl dolls, outfits, accessories, furniture, and books
please send them by mail or UPS to:
Girl AGain boutique
10 Church Street
White Plains, NY 10601
Include a note inside with your name, mailing address, phone number, and email. We will send you an acknowledgment letter for your tax filings. Your shipping costs are also tax deductible so save your receipt.
A special request to cat owners: we know cats love AG dolls and doll beds. Please make sure your donations are cat-hair free (throw everything into the dryer for 20 minutes). Thanks.
No dolls to donate? We welcome your financial support! Donate now
Why I gave our American Girl collection to Yes She Can
“As we were packing our apartment in NYC to move, my teen daughters thought this would be a good time to give away their beloved American Girl collections. After reading about GirlAGain and their mission there was no question that we wanted our 7 dolls and dozens of outfits and accessories to go to Girl AGain. Our donation supported training of young women with autism and provided affordable dolls to other little girls.”
— Sumie Okazaki, NY, NY