Quick Tips


Jun 3, 2019

Creative Ideas for a Graduation Party

If you plan on hosting a #graduation party this year, get creative! Try filling a piñata with assorted fun-sized treats and rolled-up dollar-bill “diplomas,” says Fun Squared, or bake up a batch of “smart cookies.” Good gifts include a do-it-yourself laundry starter kit for college (laundry bag, detergent and quarters), or a new wallet with a […]
Read More

May 24, 2019

Observe Etiquette When Visiting Gravesites

If you wish to pay your respects to those who gave their lives in service this Memorial Day, remember to “display noble discipline” when visiting gravesites, says the Deseret News. Don’t allow children to run or play on markers, and leave the pets at home unless the pet has special significance to the deceased. Don’t […]
Read More

May 23, 2019

Rolling Thunder Heads to D.C.

Since 1988, Vietnam veterans who are also motorcycle enthusiasts have staged a Rolling Thunder rally in Washington, D.C., to call attention to the many POW/MIAs who are still unaccounted for from the conflict. Thousands of bikers now participate in the “Ride for Freedom” every year; beginning tomorrow, this year’s Rolling Thunder XXXII will be a […]
Read More

May 22, 2019

Parades Nationwide Mark Memorial Day

Memorial Day parades have become a grand tradition in towns and cities throughout the country, with local veterans’ organizations and active military often participating. To see one of the biggest, visit the nation’s capital, says Punchbowl; the event regularly attracts more than a quarter-million people and features marching bands, floats and hundreds of veterans who […]
Read More

May 21, 2019

How Memorial Day Became a National Day of Remembrance

Honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military, Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day when it originated in the years immediately after the Civil War, according to History.com. Waterloo, N.Y., held the first communitywide remembrance on May 5, 1866, decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers and flags. Two years […]
Read More



How Your Clothing Donations Support Veterans

Read Article

Pack Sensibly for Your Summer Vacation

Read Article
American flag

Flag Day: Be True to the Red, White & Blue

Read Article

Get the Kids to Declutter on Their Summer Vacation

Read Article


Copyright © 2018 ClothingDonations.org. All rights reserved.


PRESENTED BY Copyright © 2018 ClothingDonations.org. All rights reserved.
- Enter Your Location -
- or -