Most organizations won't accept baby products (such as cribs, car seats, infant furniture, high chairs, or toys) that don't meet current CPSC safety standards. So, unless you have proof the product you want to donate does (you can look up the item on the CPSC website), these items are not likely to be accepted for the safety of kids or babies who might use the products in the future. Here are some places that may accept baby equipment:
— The Good Plus Foundation accepts a lot of baby equipment (cribs, high chairs, car seats, etc.) but the item must have been purchased in the past three years and, in some cases, must be unused.
— The Pregnancy Center accepts baby equipment such as high chairs, swings, and strollers. They also take cribs that were purchased after 2011.