When you have too many possessions, they can become so overwhelming and all-consuming that they clutter the mind, too. If you want to declutter your surroundings in the new year but don’t know where to begin, Clark.com offers a month-by-month plan that promises to get your home and life in better order by the end of 2019. January is a good time to make an assessment of the things you received as gifts over the holidays, for example. If you haven’t used a gifted item or know that you won’t, now is the time to return, sell or regift whatever it is, or donate it to a worthy charitable organization such as ClothingDonations.org!
Now that Thanksgiving is over, the holiday season is underway. It’s the season for holiday cheer, getting together with family and friends, and buying gifts for loved ones. This might also be a time that reminds us of gifts that we stored away at the end of last season. For many people, the idea of re-gifting is offensive and rude; but not to us!
ClothingDonations.org would be thrilled to receive any items you no longer use. Whether it’s brand new and unopened, or gently used, we’d be happy to take these items off of your hands. They can be actual gifts you’ve received and forgot to return, or they can be items you’ve found around your home that you no longer use.
Given that the holidays involve colder weather, a good donation for us is winter clothing. Any coats, sweatshirts, mittens, hats, and other warm clothes will help keep veterans, and others in need, stay warm and toasty throughout the holidays. Other items we could use this holiday season are baby clothes and toys, kitchenware, and home décor such as curtains, tables, and more.
When you donate to ClothingDonations.org, re-gifting is completely acceptable. Simply put your items in a box clearly marked with the word “donations, ” and then call us, or go to our website to schedule a time for us to pick up your donations. We’ll swing by and pick them up for you so that you don’t need to take time out of your busy holiday schedule! Not only will your donations be a gift, or a warm blessing, for someone this year, but all proceeds will go toward veterans’ programs. You’ll be helping many people this season, bringing holiday cheer to all!