The average American tosses 82 pounds of textile waste each year. Much of this waste consists of used clothing items that end up going to the landfill, never to be worn or used again. This adds up to about 10.5 million tons of waste a year, giving textiles one of the poorest recycling rates of any reusable material. Instead of throwing these clothing items away, consider making donations for non profit organizations. There are many organizations that accept clothing donations. Some support military families, others are dedicated to helping families in need. Once you pick a cause that speaks the most to you, there are several steps to take when making clothing donations for non profit organizations, and that’s what this article will be taking a look at.
- Determine Which Clothing Items You’re Donating: One of the first steps you need to