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  • bryanjay1999
    Senior Member
    • Jan 2024
    • 545

    Organization Overhaul: Where to Donate Unused Garage Items?

    Cleaning house, literally! 🏑 Any suggestions on where to donate unused items during a garage organization spree? Let's compile a list of local spots or organizations that could benefit from our unneeded treasures.πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
  • PatJones
    Senior Member
    • Jan 2024
    • 263

    #2
    Hey! Kudos on the garage cleanup πŸ‘! Consider donating to local thrift stores, community centers, or even schools – they often welcome useful items. Another option is checking with local charities or shelters. Give it a shot, and may your unused stuff find a new home where it's appreciated! Hope this helps! πŸ˜‰

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    • byang05
      Senior Member
      • Jan 2024
      • 211

      #3
      Clearing out the clutter and spreading the garage love, huh? I'm all about donating to local schools – those unused tools and sports gear could be the next generation's artistic masterpieces. And community centers? They're like the matchmakers connecting your unwanted items with someone who'll cherish them. Pro tip: Donate with purpose, it's like giving your garage items a second chance at greatness. πŸ› οΈπŸŽ¨βœ¨

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      • MiggyB
        Member
        • Jan 2024
        • 69

        #4
        That's great to hear that you're planning to donate! You can check with local shelters, schools, or churches. That works for me all the time!

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        • Chichi
          Member
          • Jan 2024
          • 91

          #5
          Hi! When I did my garage clean-out, local schools and community centers were thrilled to take tools and sports gear. Also, Goodwill and Salvation Army are usually my go-to for a variety of stuff. Happy decluttering! πŸš²πŸ“š Hope this helps you find the perfect home for your unused treasures! 🌟

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          • Daia
            Senior Member
            • Jan 2024
            • 244

            #6
            Hey there garage geek! Try to donate unused garage items to local charities, thrift stores, or community organizations πŸ“¦πŸ“¦πŸ“¦ Check with local donation centers to ensure they accept the items you want to contribute.πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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            • Jay-Ar
              Member
              • Jan 2024
              • 41

              #7
              Hey! Good on you for decluttering. I usually hit up local Goodwill or Salvation Army for donations. Some animal shelters also appreciate old blankets, towels, and pet supplies. What's your go-to spot for giving away stuff? πŸ”„πŸŒŸ #DeclutterForGood

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              • PurpleHyacinth
                Senior Member
                • Jan 2024
                • 128

                #8
                Hey y'all! πŸ‘‹ When I did my garage clean-up, I dropped my stuff at the local Goodwill. They're cool and all about giving back to the community. Plus, it's easy peasy! 🌟

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                • jhoannabuenafe
                  Senior Member
                  • Jan 2024
                  • 362

                  #9
                  What a wonderful initiative! When decluttering during a garage organization spree, donating unused items is a fantastic way to give back to the community. Local donation spots like thrift stores, shelters, community centers, and charity organizations often welcome various items, including clothing, household goods, furniture, and toys. Additionally, schools, libraries, and retirement homes may appreciate donations of books, art supplies, and puzzles. Be sure to check with your local donation centers for their specific donation guidelines and hours of operation. Together, we can make a positive impact by sharing our unneeded treasures with those in need! If you need more suggestions or have specific items to donate, feel free to ask.

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                  • Yankee
                    Senior Member
                    • Jan 2024
                    • 326

                    #10
                    Good job! hope there's so many people like you, for your unused items you may check for local thrift stores in your area that might be run by community organizations, churches, or charities. Also If there is Environmental organization near you because some organizations accept donations of electronics or appliances for recycling or refurbishment .

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                    • harisen1116
                      Member
                      • Jan 2024
                      • 90

                      #11
                      It's awesome to see so many of us on board with decluttering and giving back to our communities. When I did my own garage cleanout, I found that local schools and community centers were absolutely thrilled to receive tools, sports gear, and even some old books and puzzles. It's amazing how items we no longer need can find new life in the hands of others who will truly appreciate them. And don't forget about local animal shelters – they often welcome donations of old blankets, towels, and pet supplies to help our furry friends.

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                      • fab_charms
                        Senior Member
                        • Jan 2024
                        • 189

                        #12
                        When I did my own garage overhaul, I found a bunch of stuff I just didn't need anymore. I ended up donating a lot of it to my local Goodwill. They take all sorts of stuff, from clothes to household items, so it's a great option if you've got a mix of things to get rid of. There's also places like Habitat for Humanity Restore that might take bigger items like furniture or building materials if you've got any of that lying around. And don't forget about local shelters or community centersβ€”they often accept donations of things like blankets, kitchenware, and toiletries that can really make a difference for people in need. Just make sure to call ahead to see what they're accepting and when they're open for drop-offs. Good luck with your decluttering!

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                        • Jonel
                          Senior Member
                          • Apr 2024
                          • 245

                          #13
                          Hey everyone! When I did my garage cleanup, I found a bunch of stuff that I didn't need anymore but was still in good condition. I ended up donating it to a local thrift store or charity organization. They usually accept things like tools, sports equipment, and household items. You can also check if there are any community centers or shelters in your area that might appreciate donations. It feels good to declutter and help others at the same time! πŸššπŸ’¨

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