Source: Neighborhood Falmouth website
Neighborhood Falmouth Inc. is a community-based membership organization whose mission is to provide information and services that will help members live independently, safely, and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible.
What We Do
One phone call or email from a member to the Neighborhood Falmouth office initiates action to provide services and answer questions. Volunteers provide rides to appointments and for grocery shopping, assist with computers and other electronic devices, help with light household maintenance, and offer additional services.
Visit www.neighborhoodfalmouth.org to learn more about this incredible community organization supporting Seniors in Falmouth!
Here are some very useful donating and downsizing tips and recommendations from Neighborhood Falmouth. Source: www.neighborhoodfalmouth.org
Clothing and Household Goods
Once a year the Lawrence School Band & Chorus and Falmouth Band Parents sponsor an Electronics Disposal Day. The event is held early spring in the Lawrence School Parking Lot, 113 Lakeview Ave, Falmouth. Items accepted include televisions of any size, computers, monitors, stereos, phones, air conditioners, large appliances and more. Disposal cost is $10 per computer component, $20 per television (any size), $20 per large appliance, and $1 for cell phones. Disposal of ink and toner cartridges is free. Data destruction on computers is guaranteed.
The Falmouth Lions Club collects used eyeglasses to help people around the world who have sight issues. There are drop boxes in several Falmouth locations including the Falmouth Senior Center, Walmart, CVS, Stop & Shop, and Roche Brothers.
The Woods Hole Library has a fabric and notions sale each year on Superbowl Sunday. For more information about the sale contact the library at 508-548-8961
Household Hazardous Waste Collections
Barnstable County has a regular rotation of hazardous waste events. There is one annually in Falmouth (late spring), and four per year on the Upper Cape. The Town of Falmouth website shows current dates and locations.
Once a year in the spring, Neighborhood Falmouth holds a shredding event at Lawrence School. Cost is $10 per box, 10 box limit. Proceeds benefit Neighborhood Falmouth. Phone: 508-564-7543
Unused prescription and over-the counter medications can be disposed of in the Drug Drop-Off Box located in the the lobby of the Falmouth Police Department, 750 Main Street Falmouth, Phone: 774-255-4527
The Swap Shop, located within the town transfer station at 458 Thomas B. Landers Road, lets residents drop off unwanted items and take other items as needed out of the shop. Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings. Dump sticker or entrance fee. Phone: 508-457-9353
Estate Sales, Yard Sales & Consignments
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