The textiles industry is one of the largest in the entire world, and is responsible for creating bedding, table linens, and of course, clothing of all sorts. Everyone around the world needs clothes wear, may they be everyday shirts and pants all the way to heavy coats, formal wear, and work and military uniforms and safety vests. The United States in particular is the world’s largest single producer and consumer alike for clothing, and today, Americans are buying twice as many clothes as they did just 20 years ago. The average American woman has one outfit for every day of the month, compared to just nine in 1930. Old clothes are recyclable, and Americans are urged to give them to military charities and veterans charities, among other needy individuals. Aside from time and gas money, it is free for any person to donate clothes, for helping families in need. Americans have a charitable spirit year round, but clothing is also known for often being thrown away instead. How can more clothe Continue reading When to Give Away Your Old Clothes
Helping families in need is the goal of making veterans donations. And while there are many charities that and causes that assist people across the world and others that help make sure that children are cared for, veterans are often in need of services that they do not get. Perhaps as this Memorial Weekend winds down we should remember to think about those veterans who are still with us, not just those who have gave their lives while they were serving our country.
Although many people are working on their own houses this weekend and getting a chance to complete some tasks around the world, this may also be the time to clean out the extra clothing and household items that are no longer used and see if they can be put to a greate Continue reading Memorial Weekend Is a Great Time to Make Sure That You Plan to Give to Others in Need
Most companies feel obliged to help charitable organizations and other well-wishing foundations. However, the number of donation requests to respond to can be overwhelming, and sometimes its difficult to choose which cause to support. Corporates get pressure from different stakeholders, including the staff, government, competitors, shareholders and suppliers. Everyone seems to have their preferred charity, something that hampers most companies to donate. Giving can mean an advantage to your business if it’s done in the right way. Here are few ideas on how to manage and leverage your charitable donations.
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People in the United States tend to be generous individuals. In fact, about 95.4% engage in some type of charitable giving. In addition to donating their time and expertise, many Americans will also make monetary, household, and clothing donations. Since there are organizations that pick up donations, this can make it even more convenient to donate clothes and other items throughout the year.
In 2007, for example, charity foundations within the United States received approximately $5.8 billions-worth of clothing-related donations. Just four years later in 2011, roughly two million tons of clothing and textiles were donated to charities or recycled. As a result, Continue reading Are You Concerned About the Country’s Landfills? Donate Used Clothing and Textiles to The Military Order of the Purple Heart
If you are like most people, you like to help others when you can, It has been estimated that about 95.4 people in the United States give back to their communities in one way or another. Not everyone is in a position to donate money and there are a lot of people who just do not have the time to volunteer. The good news is that there are ways to help others that just about everyone can manage. This is the reason that there are so many charities that pick up donations. Most people have clothing and other items that they are not using. There is a saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” There is also a lot of good you can do by making charitable donations of clothing and items. Here are some of the ways you help when you do this:
- You help the charity keep its door open. Many Continue reading 5 Ways You Help Everyone with Your Clothing and Item Donations