Hi again and welcome to Wednesday’s Organize X 3.
Today I’m giving you more than 3 tips. In fact, a whole bunch! Why? Because this is the time of year that everyone starts cleaning out closets and drawers again and I thought you just might find this information useful. In addition to some new info I’ve also copied in some from a post I shared almost a year ago.
- Stuffed Animals – http://www.stuffedanimalsforemergencies.org/
Where we help children feel a little more SAFE when they need it most!
All donations received go directly to children in need,
your items are never sold!
- Prom Dresses – http://donatemydress.org/
- Towels, Linens & Rugs = ASPA, Humane Society, Animal Rescue
- Donate reusable & surplus building materials and appliances to Habitat
The 911 Cell Phone Bank determines best use and maximizes cell phone donations.Funds are provided to nonprofit agencies for each donated cell phone.Each cell phone is added to the “Bank” of available cell phones for law enforcement.
Help Our Troops Call Home
Cell Phones for Soldiers is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing deployed and returning troops cost-free methods to communicate with family while serving in the United States military.
Recycle for Breast Cancer is committed to reducing the incidence of environmentally caused breast cancer by keeping electronic waste from entering our landfills and environment.
RFBC provides a no-cost, national recycling program, so anyone, anywhere from any economic status can participate. Our mission is to prevent electronic waste and the toxic chemicals they contain from entering our landfills and the environment, to help protect the environment and support the fight against breast cancer. It is our belief by preventing these items from entering our environment by providing a recycling/reuse program we can make a difference and help reduce the incidence of environmentally caused cancer in our country.
How it works
I hope you find this information useful1