SURPLUS PROPERTY FOR NONPROFITS
Welcome to the Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) Surplus Property Program for nonprofit organizations.
The DOAS Surplus Property Division is a state agency that administers the Surplus Property Program. We are here to serve you, assisting eligible nonprofits with acquiring low-cost State and federal personal property – such as furniture, electronics, medical supplies, and office and food service equipment – to meet your business needs.
Why should you consider our program? Acquiring a vehicle or office furniture through Surplus Property saves nonprofits resources that can be used for operations or other expenses. In addition, obtaining electronics such as laptops, cameras and a variety of other items at a fixed rate can help keep a growing nonprofit afloat during challenging times. Reusing instead of buying new maximizes dollars and can be an invaluable approach to saving!
To qualify to receive surplus property, Georgia nonprofits must first enroll in the program and maintain their eligibility. There are different requirements for State and federal Surplus
Property Programs, so be sure to look closely at what may apply to your organization. Applications are evaluated against each program's requirements separately, and nonprofits may be eligible for one or both programs, depending on the services they provide.
DOAS Surplus Property provides guidance and support to help nonprofit organizations through the application process. All nonprofit organizations in Georgia are encouraged to apply.
Eligible provider services include (but is not limited to):
- Healthcare (such as health or dental clinics and treatment centers)
- Education (such as accredited schools, museums, or childcare centers)
- Service to the impoverished or underserved (such as food banks, homeless shelters, and community programs)
- Service to the elderly (such as adult day centers)
- Veteran Service Organizations
The application process is free and requires documentation supporting the organization's mission.
Determine what service the organization provides.
Review the Nonprofit Eligibility Matrix under the Areas of Focus section below to determine the type of nonprofit that best meets the services the organization offers. Collect all the documents listed for the business type, to upload into the online application system.
Step 2 – Create a user account and complete the
Be sure to attach all the required documents and provide an answer for all fields.
Thank you for your interest in the Surplus Property program.
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