There are many ways people can make a difference in this world by giving to those in need — some people volunteer in shelters and old age homes while some try to make regular monetary contributions to charities so that those in need of help can work their way towards a better, more comfortable life. Aid is regularly received in support of the blind, the homeless and those who are war veterans in need of support. If you want to make a difference in your own special way, you can also consider charitable clothing donations. Your used clothing can then be recycled for use or selling, and you can do your bit for those in need.
Donating old clothing is a great way to find new uses for recyclable material like clothing. In 2011 alone, 90% of the clothing and textile material in America which was th Continue Reading
The holiday season will be here before you know it, and the giving spirit is already in full swing. While your friends and family are sure to receive some stellar gifts, have you considered how the less fortunate experience their holidays?
Donating clothing to charity is extremely easy, free, and a rewarding experience that will make your holiday season even better. More importantly, you’ll be helping families in need who want nothing more than to have gifts to give their loved ones during this special time of the year.
Teach your children a valuable lesson. It’s important to instill the values of charity and goodwill in children at a you Continue Reading
Before you know it, the leaves will start to change colors, the temperature will drop, and the holiday season will be just around the corner. If you haven’t done your part in giving back to your community this year, now is the perfect time to start.
Donating clothing to charity is the easiest thing you can do to change the lives of people in need and give their family the holiday experience they deserve. In 2015, there are even organizations that pick up donations, so you don’t even have to get off the couch to help the needy. Here are three incredible benefits that may motivate you to donate clothes before the holidays are here:
Teachers and parents are asking children to take a few moments to remember our troops. Adorable — and often unintentionally funny — letters express kids’ support and thanks. “Thank you for fighting for our country. I love the color camo. I am nine. Why did you want to go to the military? Thank you for dieing for our country. I love American flags. Do you ever stop working?” one such letter begins. “I love that every hour of every day you fight for our lives. I respect my veterans. How long do you have to sleep?” Similarly, Americans can take a leaf out of kids’ books and give back to troops — without spending a great deal of money or committing unreasonable amounts of time.
Donate Clothes Without Leaving Your Home
There are several charities that pick up Continue Reading