Community Pickup Centers

Community Pickup Centers: People in these locations have printed signs for local pickup. Contact them directly

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United States



  • Fayetteville, AR


  • Fort Collins, CO
    • Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship
      • Phone970- 412-7510
      • Email:
      • Street Address: 300 East Oak, Ft. Collins, CO 80524
      • Charity of choice: Ft. Collins Mennonite Felowships Benevolent Fund



  • Athens, GA
  • Decatur, GA
    • Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (Stephen Reeves)



  • Bloomington-Normal, Il (Central Illinois)
  • Chicago, IL (western suburbs)
  • Quad Cities IA/IL
    • Progressive Action for the Common Good (Bob Babcock)
      • Email:
  • St. Charles, Il
    • Andrea Krueger


  • Corydon, IN
  • Indianapolis, IN
    • Fairview Presbyterian Church
    • Janette Smith/Shalom Zone (5 churches in NW Indy)
      • Phone: (317)938-0550
      • Email:
      • Charity of choice: Exodus Refugee Immigration
      • Additional Comments: Shalom Zone is comprised of 5 NW Indy neighboring faith communities who are  partnering in God’s Shalom Zone, led by God’s Light, ecumenically building the Kingdom of God, one need at a time. Current members are: Allisonville Christian Church, Cross & Crown Lutheran Church, Epworth United Methodist Church, First Friends Quaker Meeting, and St. Pius X Catholic Church.
  • South Bend, IN
    • Just Goods
      • Phone574-286-5878
      • Street address: 714 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, IN  46617
      • Charity of choice: La Casa de Amistad



    • Manhattan, KS
      • First Congregational UCC
    • Newton and Wichita, KS




  • Amesbury, MA
    • Jonathan Brisebois Sherwood‎
  • Topsfield, MA
  • Western Massachussetts
    • The Good Neighbors Project of Western Massachusetts



  • St. Louis, MO
    • YMCA Community Development (Mara Nelson)
      • Email:
      • Charity of choice, YMCA Community Development programs, $10/sign
      • Signs are available in Spanish/English/Arabic and Hebrew/English/Arabic


  • Calispell, MT

New Jersey

  • Millville, NJ
    • Ben Adiletto
      • Phone609 364 5372
      • Charity of choice: The Alcove Center for Grieving Children and Families
      • Additional Comments: Also available for pick up in Cape May County and Fairmount Park area of Philadelphia.
  • New Jersey

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque
    • Unity Spiritual Center of Albuquerque
      • Phone505-292-1998
      • Charity of choice: Unity Spiritual Center of Albuquerque supports St. Martin’s Hospitality Center, signs cost $10

New York

North Carolina

  • Charlotte, NC
    • BPFNA ~ Bautistas por la Paz (temporarily unavailable)
      • Phone704-521-6051
      • Street Address: 300 Hawthorne Ln, Suite 205, Charlotte, NC 28204
      • Charity of choice: Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America
      • Additional Comments: Our offices are located on the 2nd floor of St. John’s Baptist Church in the Charlotte neighborhood of Elizabeth. Our offices are open M-F 8 AM – 4 PM. We are selling the signs for $20 each.
  • Triangle NC area
  • Wilmington, NC

North Dakota





  • Annville, PA
  • Eastern Pennsylvania
  • Elizabethtown, PA
    • Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren
      • Phone: 717-367-1000
      • Email:
      • Street Address: 777 S. Mount Joy St., Elizabethtown, PA  17022
      • Charity of choice: Church World Service
      • Additional Comments: Persons may call, email or stop by.  Ring bell at the Carport Entrance.
  • Lebanon, PA
  • Lititz, PA
    • Wunderlich House Concerts
      • Phone(717) 380-7023
      • Street Address: East New Street, Lititz, PA 17543
      • Charity of choice: Venture Lititz
      • Comments: Small sized for posting in a window of a business.
  • Mechanicsburg, PA area (Greater Harrisburg PA)
    • Christian Churches United of Harrisburg
  • Pittsburgh, PA
    • Jan Steckel
    • Lucy Rowiing
      • Email:
      • Charity of choice: South Hills Interfaith Movement
      • Additional Comments: These signs have Hebrew/English/Arabic. Hebrew was selected to stand in solidarity with the many Jewish neighbors in Pittsburgh. The rise in vocal anti-semitism is not welcomed in our neighborhood.
  • State College, PA (Central Pennsylvania)

South Dakota


  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Memphis, TN
  • Nashville, TN area
    • Sunday Assembly Nashville (Diane Holmes, Patrick Horst or Amanda Mgbodille)
      • Email: or


  • Austin, TX
    • Alicia Jones and Elizabeth Mast
      • Order form
      • Charity of choice: Refugee Services of Texas – Austin & Caritas of Austin
      • Signs $15 and 8×6 window clings $10. Both at cost plus a $5 donation per item.
  • Houston, TX



  • Arlington, VA
    • Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington Virginia
      • Phone703.892.2565
      • Street Address: 4444 Arlington Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22204
      • Charity of choice: Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia
  • Fredericksburg, VA
    • LUCHA Ministries, Inc.
      • Phone: 540-370-4502
      • Email:
      • Street Address: 400 Chatham Square Office Park, Fredericksburg, VA
      • Charity of choice: LUCHA Ministries Immigration Legal Services Program
  • Harrisonburg, VA
  • Lynchburg, VA
  • Richmond, VA
  • Richmond (Greater) / Henrico, VA
  • Staunton, VA
    • The Sacred Circle
    • Harmony Moon
      • Phone: 540-885-1368
      • Email:
      • Charity of choice: CWS Harrisonburg Refugee Resettlement
  • Waynesboro, VA

Washington, DC

  • Washington, DC area
  • Arlington, VA
    • Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington Virginia
      • Phone703.892.2565
      • Street Address: 4444 Arlington Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22204
      • Charity of choice: Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia

Washington State


  • Appleton, WI
    • First Congregational United Church of Christ of Appleton
  • Neenah, WI
    • Marijke van Roojen
  • Nelsonville, WI
    • Caitlin Luebke Brillowski
      • Phone: 608-697-9265, signs $8
      • Charity of choice: Fit Oshkosh, Inc.





We consider the sign to be creative commons and we encourage people to print it. All proceeds from sales should go to a non-profit in your local community as another step in building a welcoming community.