Donor Direct Program

RI Consignment has made it even easier for non profits to earn money with us with our new Donor Direct Program. Here’s how it works:

  • Confirm you would like to partner with us and that your organization is listed with eBay for Charity
  • We then create a proprietary donor direct landing page to explain how our program works
  • We send you your proprietary website link
  • You then send the link to your donors, via email, post the link on your website or through social media.

That’s it…

All you do is confirm you want to work with us and send the link to donors. We’ve made our program even easier than before and its now a super simple way for non profits to earn money for their cause.

When a donor has a collection of unwanted items to benefit your cause, they contact us directly and we pickup the items for FREE. We then list and sell the items to benefit your organization with up to 40% of the proceeds to benefit your group.

View an example of a non profit proprietary Donor Direct page here. 

Gain a Competitive Advantage over other Non Profits

We’ve heard from many donors that they would like to donate gently used and new items to support their favorite non profit, but most non profits don’t have the resources, time or expertise to turn those unwanted items into CASH.

That’s where RI Consignment can help. Let us work directly with your donors to collect those items and sell them on your behalf on eBay.

Your organization will gain a competitive advantage over hundreds of local non profits who don’t want to be bothered with unwanted items. Now you can turn someone’s trash into treasure for your group.

Let’s Get Started Right Away

Simply confirm that your non profit is interested in working with us and we’ll donate up to 40% of the proceeds from any items we collect and sell on your behalf. This program is limited to non profits located within 30 miles of 02857. If your organization is more than 30 miles from us, learn more about our Donation Drop Off Drive instead. Ready to get started?