ACOO has seen a steady increase in the need for its services.  By recycling thousands of pounds of clothing and goods each year, ACOO saves these materials from littering landfills, vacant lots and street corners.

The value to the neediest citizens of the community is measured in the number of individuals who come to the agency each month.  Hundreds of individuals visit the store each month in search of various needs for themselves and family members.  These gently used items provide for basic need, that all individuals have which is to feel confident, assured and to convey a positive self-image.

Donate to our General Fund or help us greatly reduce the cost of our dumpster! Dumpster rental fees for our home renovation projects can be costly. Renting with Budget Dumpster can save us anywhere from $25 to $100 per use.


Tony Brancatelli
Care Source
Charter Manufacturing Company, Inc
Concerned Citizens Community Council
Country Club Pepper Pike
Court Community Service
Cuyahoga County Land Bank
David Thomas
Deacon Lou Primozic
Dr. Walter and Terri Clark
Dulce Sanchez
Fairmount Temple
Family First
Franz and Helen Pussel
Gayle Burns Jones
Glenville Ministries in Mission
Greater Cleveland Black Journalist Association
Haven House
Holy Trinity Church and Cultural Arts Center
Jan Thrope
Joe Black
John Mahoney
John Roberts
Josue Sanchez
Judge W. Moná Scott
Lavada Black
Leslie Linsky
Michael and Deidre Lisman
Neighborhood Leadership Development Program
Neighborhood Leadership Institute
OCP Contractors
Ohio Guidestone
Paul Kolaric
Rick Brothers Foundation
Revolve Kids and Tweens
Ron and Jeanne Mulholland
Sally Martin
SHINE (Danita Harris)
Shoes and Coats for Kids
Step Forward
Third Federal Foundation
Toys for TotsTrinity Outreach Ministries
Upscale Cheapskate
Wolpert Fund