DI pods are in Enterprise for 2 Weeks

When Deseret Industries (DI) opened in 1938, Elder John A. Widtsoe established four guiding purposes for it: “First, those who have will be given another type of opportunity to help those who have not. Second, waste will be reduced by keeping our possessions in use as long as possible. Third, the work of renovation will employ many now unemployed. Fourth, articles in common use, of good quality, will be available at a low cost”

DI Pods are brought up two times a year to Enterprise to help those clean up their homes and give their unwanted goods to help other families. The pods will be located at the LDS Stake Center 88 S. Center Street.

Don’t forget the new DI that is opening in Cedar City:

Grand Opening April 20–22 

  • Doors open April 20, 10 a.m.
  • Free tote bags for the first 500 shoppers each day
  • Live music and balloons

New Store Location

1460 S. Providence Center Dr.
Cedar City, UT 84663

New Store Location

1460 S. Providence Center Dr.
Cedar City, UT 84663

Cedar City DI Store Hours

Monday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Tuesday–Saturday 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Sunday—Closed

Cedar City DI

Welcomed Items

Your quality donations make it all possible! We particularly welcome donations of the following types:

  • Antiques
  • Baskets
  • Bedding
  • Blankets
  • Books
  • Clothing
  • Computers
  • Cookware
  • Drapes
  • DVDs
  • Games
  • Glassware
  • Home furnishings
  • Jewelry
  • Kitchen goods
  • Knickknacks
  • Pictures
  • Plates
  • Radios
  • Seasonal decorations
  • Shoes
  • Small appliances
  • Sports equipment
  • Flat Screen TVs
  • Tools
  • Towels
  • Toys

Items We Can’t Accept

Unfortunately, there are some items we are unable to accept. Please dispose of any unsafe or unusable items by other appropriate means. These items include:

  • Food and drugsFood includes any item that is eaten.Drugs include any item used as a medication.

    Examples: fresh, packaged, or canned foods; food storage; drinks; candy; alcoholic beverages; tobacco; prescription drugs; and over-the-counter medication

  • Wet or mildewy itemsExamples: wet or mildewy clothing, shoes, domestic household items, upholstery, mattresses, and box springs
  • Items prohibited by federal, state, or local lawsAt times, local, state, or federal law may prohibit accepting certain items.Examples: used mattresses and box springs (California only)

    Chemicals, flammables, and other hazardous products

  • Large appliances and some electronicsExamples: stoves, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, water coolers, water heaters, air conditioners, trash compactors, CRT TVs, CRT computer monitors, and rear-projection TVs
  • WeaponsFirearms, including handguns, rifles, and shotgunsAmmunition

(“Editorial: Deseret Industries,” Improvement Era, Sept. 1938, 544).

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