Do you want to donate clothes? You’re making the most important first step to helping out your community, your environment and your country’s economic future.
That sounds like a pretty tall order for some worn-out jeans you no longer wear, but the fact of the matter is that charitable clothing donations go a very long way. Textile waste is one of the most widespread and rampant drains on the planet as we know it, with Americans alone sending an average of 10 million tons of clothing to landfills every single year. When most of this can be easily repurp
When you think of donations, you probably think about cash, but the unwanted items in your closet can be just as valuable for charities. Charity clothing donations are used to fund programs for charities for wounded soldiers and for the blind. Services like charity clothing pick up are making it easier, too. Donating is not only a good deed, it is also good for the environment and a savvy tax saver too.
In fact, if you donate to groups granted tax-exempt status under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code you can reduce your tax bill. You can write off as much as $60 for a man?s suit or overcoat, for example, or between $4 and $15 for a donated coffee machine. You do need