Category Clothing donation pickup

Clothing and Other Donations to The American Red Cross

With many charity pickup services available in the United States, there is much to see in what 70% of the population donated to those in need. One of the most popular charities is Red Cross Clothing Pickup, beneficial to both those who receive the donated clothing and those who make donations.

Red Cross Clothing Pickup

The average American purchases more than one piece of clothing per week, leaving a great amount of space for a donation including the clothing that you no longer wear. Basically, many closets continually grow with the collection of apparel that we no longer wear. It’s easy to hoard those clothes that we once loved, letting them remain inactive in our closets because they were once so amazing. Some things that could be considered on a regular basis to help donate to Red Cross and other charities include the following:

  1. What clothes don’t I wear anymore?
  2. Whar clothes or shoes don’t I need any longer?
  3. What clothes or shoes simply don’
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Charitable Donations Help Those Who Are Most in Need

Red cross donation center

Your 16 year old daughter put the unexpected day off school to good use. When the temperatures dropped to five below zero and the wind gusts were expected to be as strong as 30 miles an hour the result was a day off school. And while you thought that your daughter would sleep in late and lounge around the entire day, she instead decided to work on her closet. She sorted and organized the mess that had taken nearly three weeks to create. On this day off, she decided to decide on what clothing items she was willing to give up and what she needed to keep.

Knowing that there would be a Red Cross pickup the next day made the while process easier to handle, easier to be motivate

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Donate Clothes To Red Cross

Used clothing donations

The American National Red Cross is the 13th largest charity in the U.S., as ranked by private donations; in 2014, they received $687 million in private donations. While that may seem like a lot, consider that 24 hours per day, 365 days a year, in some of the toughest circumstances, the American Red Cross provides relief for families and communities.

Founded in 1881 by a nurse named Clara Barton and a circle of her acquaintances, it was originally formed to aid men wounded on the battlefield. However, it has since taken on a larger mission, and offers aid in situations such as earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters. Their mission is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

Aside from monetary do

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