As the summer fades and we transition into fall, many of us will be storing our summer clothing and shoes and taking out our jackets, sweaters, boots, and other cold weather gear. Since you’ll be going through your closet anyway, this is a great opportunity to get rid of some items that you no longer wear and save yourself some closet space. Did you know that your lightly used clothing and shoes can be used to help those in need? It’s true! When you donate used clothes, you are providing someone less fortunate with something to wear and to keep them warm. When you choose to donate your clothing instead of throwing it in the trash, you are helping families in need and helping to bu
Giving back to the community is the most rewarding thing you can do, and you don’t need to look far when searching for places to donate clothes to the less fortunate. Through the development of more outlets to give back, over $240.6 billion was donated by individuals to charity in 2013, a 4.2% increase from 2012. You can now get involved through local donation centers, religious organizations, and even home pickup services. It is now easier than ever to do the right thing and recycle your old threads instead of just throwing them away.
1.Local Donation Centers: There are local organizations all across the country that accept clothing donations, as well as allowing you to