I have only have had good experiences donating gently used clothing and household items to this foundation. I hope the proceeds from the sale of my items goes to help someone in need.
Repeated calls for donations after asking to be removed from list, twice!
Last fall I donated a ton of items such as small appliances, furniture, lighting, sports equip & clothing..... The driver was sketchy & was alone with no assistance.... He was very unprofessional & threw everything into the back of the truck, including fragile items that were clearly marked. Even lamps! I can't imagine what these items ended up looking like when his truck arrived back! I felt very disrespected & regretted my choice of charity.... I wanted to pass on my belongings because they were all in good to excellent condition & was hoping children & families would find them useful & gratful to have things that otherwise could not afford.
Seems like a scam and there workers need to be drug tested because they have drug addict supervisors no KOSHER
mostly good with this company - they call, arrange to pick up my items, leave a receipt. once didn't show up tho and stuff stayed out waiting until I called so that not good! but it's an organization I choose to donate to over others.
I just had a truck driver from this company absolutely kick my donation across the road and cussing. I will never donate to this foundation again.
Unfortunately my feelings/support for Hartsprings Foundation and Big Brothers/Sisters of CT has been ruined. Without permission your organization picked up three stuffed bags of Toddler winter clothing from my front porch - these were left there for my own brother to pick up for his grandson. Your insurance company, The Hartford, is insulting when they offer $100 per bag of clothes which were new or worn only one season by a toddler. Your organization should 1] never pick up anything from anyone not marked specifically for you 2] get another insurance carrier who will understand the value of clothing and the reason such are passed on after one/no use.