Donate Household Items and Clothing to Charity Today

Written by Family Video Coupon on April 9, 2015. Posted in Charity pick up, Donating clothes, Good will donation

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When donating clothes to charity, you aren’t helping out the less fortunate or the homeless. You are helping out your neighbors. That is what charity is all about: helping your neighbor. Some of our neighbors do happen to be less fortunate, and some others do not have a home to go to at night. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, there are more than 600,000 homeless men, women, and children out on their own today. These people are some of the most vulnerable members of our society, and they are — of course — our neighbors.

To donate household items and lightly used clothing is to truly perform a blessing. It is a wonderful thing to do. Americans as a whole are genero

Give the Ultimate Gift of Warmth Donating Clothes to the Homeless

Written by Family Video Coupon on January 15, 2015. Posted in Charity pick up, Children in need clothing, Donating clothes

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This winter, consider donating something every man, woman, and child in the world needs: clothing.

Thousands of people in this country struggle everyday with finding adequate clothing. The poor, the sick, the elderly, the ill, and the homeless all struggle to survive even with clothing. Imagine what it must be like for them to lack clothing, which, along with food, is the most basic of human needs.

Donating clothes to charity is one of the most genuinely-compassionate things a person can do. Clothing donations may not appear to be all that important or pressing but for thousands of people on the streets barely etching out an existence, they can make

Support Our Troops Without Leaving Home

Written by Family Video Coupon on May 1, 2014. Posted in Charity pick up, Donating clothing to charity, Organizations that pick up donations

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Even children are taking time out of their day to support our troops. Parents and teachers alike are encouraging young kids to write heartfelt — and often accidentally hilarious — letters to active military members and veterans. “Thanks for protecting our country. [You] must be very brave joining the military. They say a man looks handsome in uniform. My favorite food is chicken wings, and I like to hang out with my friends,” one letter, written by a young girl, begins.

Believe it or not, parents — and other adults — can learn from kids’ letters. The letters teach adults an invaluable lesson: giving back to our troops and helping military families does not have to be time-consuming or expensive. Here are some simple ways you can help:

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The Best, Budget-Friendly Ways to Support Our Troops

Written by Family Video Coupon on April 24, 2014. Posted in Charity pick up, Clothing donation, Donate

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Kids are writing letters to our troops and doing their part to cheer up deployed soldiers. “Thanks for protecting our country. [You] must be very brave joining the military. They say a man looks handsome in uniform,” a letter by one young girl begins. “My favorite food is chicken wings, and I like to hang out with my friends.”

Although the letters may seem silly — when it comes down to it — kids have the right idea. That is, helping military families does not have to be expensive or burdensome. Pitch in without taking too much time away from your busy schedule — and without breaking the bank. Here’s how:

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