Stuffstr Adds Same-Day, Free Donation Pick-Up Courtesy of Deliv and Full-Service Resale from StuffHopper
Integrations with industry-leading partners make recirculating your things even more convenient as we collectively work to reduce landfill waste.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – February 7, 2017 – The Stuffstr app, which helps you declutter your life and keep things out of landfill, now offers free same-day pick-up for Goodwill donations and full-service resale for items worth $50 or more. The services are made possible through partnerships with leading same-day delivery service Deliv and full-service reseller StuffHopper.
If you live close to the Goodwill headquarters in eight major cities (Boston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Miami, South San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle), you can now have Deliv pick up your Goodwill donations for free (no boxes required) within hours of making the request via the Stuffstr app. The service is made possible through partnerships with both Deliv and existing Stuffstr partner Give Back Box, which provides donation services. Users who live outside the free, same-day pick-up zone can have the postal service collect items the following day at no charge through the Stuffstr app.
For items that carry an estimated resale value of at least $50, you can now resell the items via full-service reseller StuffHopper. On the Stuffstr app, simply swipe items you’d like to sell into the StuffHopper box, mark the condition of each item, and confirm your contact details. StuffHopper will then do the rest – transport your items to StuffHopper, add current photos, create and manage listings across multiple resale platforms, and ship items to the buyers. For Seattle-based users, StuffHopper will send a truck to pick up your items, while users in other parts of the country will receive a pre-paid shipping label to mail items to StuffHopper. StuffHopper sells your items at the highest possible price and sends you the net proceeds. There’s no charge for items that don’t sell.
“Making it simple to recirculate your things and keep them out of landfill is our mission at Stuffstr, and our partnerships with Deliv and StuffHopper provide two major steps forward,” said Stuffstr CEO John Atcheson. “Working together, Stuffstr and our partners are reducing waste and accelerating the transition to a circular economy.”
“Deliv cares deeply about improving the lives of people around the country, and charitable giving is central to our company culture,” said Deliv CEO Daphne Carmeli. “By partnering with Stuffstr, we can not only make people’s lives easier through our same-day service, but we can help eliminate waste and recycle items that others want or need.”
Added StuffHopper CEO Adam Dreiblatt, “Our goal at StuffHopper is to make resale effortless. Partnering with Stuffstr helps us do that in ways never before possible.”
The Stuffstr app is available in the App Store®, and can be downloaded here.
Stuffstr increases the use and recirculation of the things we buy, helping people reduce clutter and keep things out of landfill. Based in Seattle, Washington, the company is a recognized leader in the global movement towards a circular economy, and a member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Economy 100. Visit our website for more information.
Deliv is a leading crowdsourced, last mile logistics company that powers scheduled, same-day delivery and returns for omnichannel retailers, local businesses, and e-commerce companies. Deliv is focused exclusively on moving goods; it does not sell them. It powers same-day delivery for over 4,000 businesses. The company currently operates in 18 markets and more than 100 cities. Deliv is headquartered in Menlo Park, California, and is backed by global logistics leader United Parcel Service, financial investors including Upfront Ventures and RPM Ventures, and REIT investors. For more information, visit www.deliv.co.
StuffHopper is an easy, hassle-free service that manages the sale of your unwanted stuff for you. We do the work and you get paid. For more information, visit www.stuffhopper.com.
Director of Marketing Communications