Personal Property

Personal Property

Did you know that Samaritan’s Purse accepts gifts of personal property? These gifts may include property such as vehicles, gold and diamond jewelry, recent-model smartphones, game systems, boats, coin collections, and more.

Samaritan’s Purse has partnered with iDonate Foundation to make it easy for you to give non-cash items. Once you make your gift, iDonate will sell the item(s) and give the proceeds to Samaritan’s Purse. Your personal property can become an investment in eternity by helping Samaritan's Purse deliver life-saving physical and spiritual relief in emergency situations.

Once you submit the form below, you will receive an automatic email response with further details. If you have any questions related to the email, please call iDonate at (877) 897-4273.

If you have questions about non-cash giving, would like to arrange your gift over the phone, or prefer to donate items directly to Samaritan’s Purse, please contact our creative engagement team at  or call (828) 588-4708.

If you are intending to send items for World Medical Mission, please see:

If you are intending to send items for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes, please see:

The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an independent attorney or tax advisor.


  • Always Accepted
    • Passenger vehicles
    • Groups of 20+ cell phones
    • Precious metal bullion
    • Grain commodities
    • Gold jewelry
    • Publicly traded stock
    • Gift cards (minimum balance of $15; must be an accepted company)
  • Typically Accepted
    • Small, light, recent model electronics
    • Large quantities of business inventory overstock
    • Motorcycles
  • Accepted Case-By-Case
    • Boats, RVs, ATVs and other recreational vehicles
    • Artwork (usually original works by well-known artists)
    • Real estate
    • Business interest
    • Other donations with an actual resale value of $250 or more
  • Not Accepted
    • Furniture, exercise equipment and home appliances
    • Pianos (and most other musical instruments)
    • Outdated medical equipment
    • Large electronics (including most printers, scanners, desktop computers, TVs and VCRs)
    • Timeshares and cemetery plots
    • Firearms
    • Anything you would see in a thrift store (books, housewares, apparel)
    • Anything considered objectionable at the discretion of iDonate foundation (including pornographic or illegal items)