.st0{fill:#FFFFFF;}

What Can I Do With Used Childcare Equipment? 

Always talk with an accountant or CPA before deciding the best way to send used childcare equipment to its next life.  Used equipment can certainly be sold on-line via the usual and well-known vendors, but it can also be donated to other schools or centers in need, orphanages, foster homes, local parks and recreation centers. Donors may receive tax benefits from these donations made to charitable organizations.

For larger equipment that doesn’t easily transition to smaller venues, it can be evaluated / appraised and sold to other companies.  Furniture, Fixture and Equipment (“FF&E”) valuations from the free rough estimates to detailed reports are provided by BFS® for playground equipment, cribs, cubbies, kitchen equipment, buses, vans, cots, children’s furniture, changing stations, beds and more than 200 other items found in childcare centers nationwide.

Sometimes this equipment is simply discarded without regard to its remaining useful life.  Unless the equipment is unsafe, there are always children and organizations who want access to this equipment, and it’s not hard to find someone who will take it.

Please tell us if you found this article helpful….or tell us what other topics you would like for us to discuss. Also, comment below to share your thoughts on this blog post.

BFS® will gladly provide you with the most detailed, professional evaluation/appraisal of your FF&E available in the market today. Click Here for more information.

Our new book How 1000s of Childcare Centers and Schools Are Making Millions is now available in hardback, Kindle, and Nook so you and your directors can reference the information whenever and wherever you need it. Click Here to order your copy today.

(Legal Disclaimer:  Always consult the proper professionals before taking action.  By and before the use of the information provided herein, reader agrees that BFS® is not responsible for viewer’s actions related to said information.)

Listen to an enhanced audio version of this article below...