Have you ever wondered how to donate your things? Now that you have Marie Kondo-ed, it’s time to pay it forward. But where do you bring everything?
Clothing & Shoes
The women’s shelter operates a store where victims of domestic violence shop for wardrobe items and home goods for free. It takes clothing, shoes, and accessories for women, men, and children, as well as toys and books.
Blankets & Towels
The city animal shelter has a never-ending need for soft blankets, comforters, quilts, and towels for homeless pets to snuggle and snooze on.
Furniture & Appliances
The Plano-based nonprofit helps set up house for people coming out of homelessness, shelters, and emergency relocations. It accepts furniture, mattresses, and appliances. Pickup available in Collin, most of Dallas, and parts of Denton and Tarrant counties.
As you are decluttering your home, you may see that it is time for a deep cleaning for your home. When looking for cleaning services Dallas has many options. Here are a few things to look for in a cleaning company.
Canned tuna and chicken, peanut butter, canned vegetables, dried beans, whole-grain pasta and rice, and healthy cereal are a few of the most-needed items.
Housewares & Decor
The organization best known for building new houses for low-income families stocks four Dallas-area ReStore resale outlets with new and gently used items such as dishes, artwork, lamps, and rugs.
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