Three Fun and Easy Ways to Donate Clothes to Local Charities

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When it comes to giving back to your community, there is no easier way to do so than to give to charity. Most towns and cities have their own local organizations that are always looking for help in any way they can receive it. These groups, in turn, focus on helping families in need and other underserved populations. One of the most common ways that these charities seek help is by looking for people to donate clothes to the needy.
But when it comes to giving, many people aren’t sure where to begin, and they may feel uncomfortable simply showing up at a door with clothing donations. However, there are ways to donate clothes that can be easy and even fun for the community. Here are three simple ways to donate clothes to your local charities:
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Michelle Obama Welcomes Military Moms to White House For Mother’s Day Tea

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Michelle Obama addressed military moms and children at Mother’s Day Tea at the White House on Sunday, May 11. After honoring women of all kinds — including active military members, veterans, military spouses, and military mothers and grandmothers, Obama took a moment to remind their kids to eat their vegetables. One kid would not have it. “What about chicken?” the little boy chimed in. The first lady confirmed that yes, the outspoken child could eat chicken.

The event highlighted a troubling lack of similar motions to help military spouses and children. The government is not the only one who capable of helping military families, however. Average Americans can easily support military families — even if they’re on a budget. Here’s how:

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