Moving is Great Time to Make Charitable Donations

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Finding a new home is a great feeling for a buyer. You’ll be excited to move into your new home. What you might not know is a move is a great time for charitable donations. Giving back to the community is a great feeling and it can make your move much easier. It might sound odd to think about making donations while moving. However, you might be surprised at how perfect donating is while making this move. In this post, you will learn why moving is a great time to make charitable donations to your community.

  • Better Appearance During a Walk Through: Finding the right buyer is the key to selling your home. Collecting items to donate will reduce overall clutter in your home. Studies show that buyers prefer an open home during a walk through. You wouldn’t want to be a home buyer wading Continue reading
  • Donating Clothes To Charity The Visible Benefits

    Donating clothing to charity

    You’d be amazed by how easily your home can get cluttered. One minute you’re relaxing within your clean home — the next you’re surrounded by a mess that didn’t seem to be there recently. Clutter isn’t as bad as true filthiness, of course. But it does take up space in your home that could otherwise be used to accommodate things you actually need and want. How does clutter happen? Well, much of the time the presence of clutter can be linked to clothes. Clothes are items that can clutter so easily. We buy clothes because we need them — but we also buy them because we want them. This leads to impulse buys of clothes we won’t actually wear. Clothes also become unwearable fairly quickly. Often, people outgrow clothes or damage them without thinking. Another issue that often occurs with clothes is that Continue reading

    Is Cheap Clothing Encouraging You to Buy More Than You Really Need?

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    A March 2016 article in the Huffington Post addressed a topic that falls close to the truth for many Americans. Why You Need to Stop Buying Cheap Clothes talks about the nearly insane amount of clothing that U.S. citizens buy every year. The article goes on to explain that the fast fashion trend of buying inexpensive clothing that often quickly goes out of fashion comes at a very high cost.
    the cost is crowded landfills that are overflowing with the 12 million tons of clothing and textiles that Americans throw out every single year. Buying 10 pair of those flip flops that go one sale at your favorite retail store every Memorial weekend is fun, but the consequences are monumental. When retailers offer inexpensive clothing and have flash sales that drop the prices even lower on speci Continue reading