Drop-off Locations

These generous organizations have agreed to act as a drop-off location for your bicycle and spare part donations to Bicycles for Humanity. Please provide your support to these organizations as they are an integral part of the collection process. Please check this list often as more organizations will likely be added to make it even more convenient to donate your bike. Better yet,  subscribe to the RSS feed at the top of the sidebar, to be automatically updated on any changes to the website. Can’t make it to any of these locations? Call Tom for a pick-up at 206-842-5906.

Bicycles are gladly accepted if they have frames that are in usable condition. The remainder of the bicycle is not required to be usable. Both adult and children’s bicycles are acceptable, although tricycles are not accepted and bikes with wheel diameters less than 18" are not. Spare parts are also graciously accepted. Bicycles for Humanity-Seattle has no paid staff, so all of your donation is put towards getting your bike to those in need.

Don’t forget: Bicycles for Humanity-Seattle is a qualified 501(c)3 charitable organization, Federal Tax ID# 27-1309387. This information may be needed to substantiate a charitable tax deduction for your donation. For more information, please consult with your tax advisor. Bicycles for Humanity-Seattle did not provide any goods or services in consideration of your contribution.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: In making your donation, you agree that Bicycles for Humanity may do as they wish with your donation to best meet our goals. The bicycles may be shipped to Africa,  traded, sold, scrapped, donated locally, or any other alternative that we determine will be in our interest.

Drop-off locations:

Bainbridge Island:

Bay Hay and Feed

10355 NE Valley Road
Bainbridge Island WA

B-I Cycle

124 Bjune Drive SE
Bainbridge Island WA

Bicycles for Humanity

8048 Ferncliff Ave NE
Bainbrdge Island WA

Classic Cycle

740 Winslow Way
Bainbridge Island WA

Port Orchard:

Olympic Bike and Skate
744 Bay Street
Port Orchard  WA 
(Tell Fred the bike is for Bicycles for Humanity)