Agawam Department of Public Works
Saturday, November 4th
Saturday, December 2nd
10am - 1pm (no appointment needed)
Please have all items in boxes or bags. Loose items will not be accepted.
• All cloth items
• Clothing (all sizes, styles, ages, and genders)
• Bedding and Draperies (NO BED PILLOWS)
• Small appliances
• Kitchen ware
• Household goods
• Sporting goods
• Books (no encyclopedias, textbooks, or library books)
The Town of Agawam is excited to announce its partnership with the Hartsprings Foundation and Town of West Springfield in a friendly competition to collect used unwanted textiles. The community that collects the most textiles in weight will win a $500 donation to a program within their community. The $500 donation will be made out to either the Agawam Municipal Scholarship Fund or West Springfield High’s Terrier Closet Program.
A Hartsprings truck will be at the DPW for collection and the driver will help residents transfer donations from their vehicles. Hartsprings Foundation, Inc. is a registered non-profit that collects used goods and through the sale of those goods, financially supports Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut. www.hartsprings.org