You’ve been thinking of donating to charity lately. The news circuit is a miserable place to be sometimes, shuffling what feels like thousands of stories on all the things going wrong in the world. Where do you start doing good, though?
Doing a world of good is as easy as digging through your old closet and picking out clothes you no longer wear. While charitable donations take on many forms, giving away used clothes has to be one of the most affecting. Not only can you stock up your local thrift shops, you can also reduce landfills. This is on top of personal benefits like eliminating clutter in your home. Little by little, that box of unwanted shirts and jeans will do more than you thought possible.
Where can I donate clothes? Should I also recycle some clothing? Basic questions about charitable clothing donations and their impact will be answered below.
How Do I Choose Clothes To Donate?
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