Materials Donations


Please visit our donate section for instructions



12 pm to 6 pm, Tuesday through Friday

10 am to 5 pm on Saturdays

CLOSED on Mondays and Sundays

You can now bring your own bags into the depot!
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!

We Are Selling SCRAP Electronic Gift Cards Here

Our COVID-19 Precautions

  • Our staff is required to pass a wellness check before starting their work time and will be wearing face masks.

  • Face masks must be worn by customers at all times.

  • A sanitation station is set up at the entrance to SCRAP.

  • All donated goods are held for 72+ hours before they are brought to the sales area.

  • High-touch surfaces are cleaned and wiped down throughout the day, including but not limited to payment card readers, check-out desk area, etc.

  • Sneeze guards are be in place at checkout.

  • We will continue to accept cash as a form of payment, but request you bring sufficient change, so we don't have to make change for you.

  • Our restroom is closed due to health requirements.

For more information about coronavirus please check these links:

San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH)

Latest Updates on San Francisco's Response (

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

Other Ways To Support SCRAP

You can help SCRAP by shopping with Amazon Smile. Simply search for "Friends of SCRAP" and begin shopping.

SCRAP has now partnered with Community Thrift Store in San Francisco. Mention SCRAP when you donate items to them and we will receive a monetary donation. More info here.

SCRAP is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization; so donations may be deductible for income tax purposes to the full extent of the law.

Our non-profit tax ID number is 94-2566798.

Our Partners

801 Toland St, SF 94124 (enter on Newcomb)

(415) 647-1746

NEW SCRAP Shopping Hours (from July 16, 2020):

Tuesday to Friday Noon to 6PM | Saturday 10AM to 5PM

CLOSED Monday & Sunday

Donations by appointment only: Email

SCRAP gratefully thanks our generous supporters:

San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco Department of the Environment, Vital Projects Fund, Mary A Crocker Trust, and the many other individuals & organizations that enable us to do our work.