Here are some tips and resources to help your Cal Move Out:
The ReUSE Thrift Store: UC Berkeley's on-campus, volunteer run thrift store
Waterside Workships: Donate your bikes to a great education and training program where youth learn how to fix their bicycles and get job training
DR3: Divert, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Mattress recycling and more
Uhuru Furniture: Picks up furniture and collectible donations in a one-hour time slot. Supports African community self-determination
East Bay Center for Creative Reuse: Donate your art supplies, educational and crafty items
Drug/medication disposal: UHS has a drug disposal bin, open to students and the community for unwanted to expired residential pharmaceutical
Download the No Drugs Down the Drain flyer here
Food for Thought and the Department of Academic Affordability will have bins for textbook drop off/donation at Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, Blackwell, Foothill, Stern, and Clark Kerr, Doe Library and Moffitt Library.
Cal Overstock and Surplus: accepts e-waste donations.
Computer & Technology Resource Center: will pick-up most e-waste for free in Berkeley.
Green Citizen has a Berkeley drop off location and will pick up 10 or more items.
StopWaste.org provides a database searchable by e-waste item.
Boxlet Storage: the Airbnb for college storage — an affordable, easy, convenient way for students to store their stuff.
Report illegal dumping in Berkeley: click here or call 3-1-1.
Donate your food to the Alameda County Food Bank.
StopWaste.org offers a wide range of waste prevention and recycling services.
Want to learn more about the history of Cal Move Out at Berkeley? Click here.