There’s nothing like a good spring cleaning to give you a fresh start. Decluttering your home of stuff you simply don’t need anymore can do wonders for your mood. If you haven’t done it in awhile, I highly recommend it!
However, oftentimes, peopleend up throwing away their things instead of donating them. That’s just silly, especially when there are so many folks out there in your own neighborhoodwhocould benefit from it.
Goodwill takes donations, and sells them at a discounted price. The profits go towards programs that aid low income people who need help getting back on their feet.
But what, exactly, can you donate to Goodwill? More than you think!
It’s not just clothes that Goodwill accepts. From furniture to electronics to jewelry, they will take a surprising amount of things.
You might have thought that there was nothing to do with the 11 items on this list, but Goodwill will put them all to good use!
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The shirt won’t be sold, as it’s damaged, but it will be recycled into a rag, which can be bought by the bag in the store. Finer fabrics might even be given to instrument makers or other craftsmen that need high quality rags.
Goodwill will erase your hard drive, so your secrets are safe. No one at Goodwill will look at any of your files before wiping them, and then the computer will be sold, or possibly given to a low income individual who needs one.