People donate more than 50% of the clothing they purchase to charities each year.
It’s a great way to raise money for charity, but it can also be a bit of a pain when you’re dealing with the unexpected.
In this series of posts, we’ll take a closer look at how we give our clothes, shoes, and other items to worthy causes.
If you have a donation bin to donate your items to, or a friend who does, let us know.
You’ll get a free gift card, as well as some fun and informative tips about how to donate.
In the meantime, we’ve collected some useful resources to help you figure out how you can donate to a cause, and we hope you’ll find them useful as well.
First, here’s a list of charities that offer clothing donation bins in some form: The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) If your organization is an animal welfare charity, you can find out more about its program in our FAQs.
The Salvation Army is a great source of clothing donation donations.
You can find it on the Salvation Army website or in their donation bins.
Food pantries are also great places to donate items to.
They have a great selection of food items, and can be found at food pantries nationwide.
A number of non-profits provide clothing donations for low-income people.
These organizations include the Salvation Navy, Food For All, Food Not Bombs, and the Women’s Resource Center.
Volunteer for A Cause is a charity that supports homeless and low-wage workers, and it also offers clothing donations.
Bless Your Heart has a great clothing donation site that includes clothing donation items for many charities, as do the Salvation Caravan.
There are plenty of other great organizations to donate to, so feel free to check out the various donation options in our list of the Best Charity Charities to Help You Give.
If you have any questions about donating to a non-profit, ask them.
You may be surprised to learn that there are lots of other charities out there who are trying to help.
Are you trying to give a little something to a great cause, but need a little help finding the right person?
Then check out our list: The Best Non-profit Charities You Can Give to.