Too many excessive clothing will cause lots of stress for many families. Besides the cost of spending money buying them, you will also need to store and care them. Therefore it is time for you to organise and clear out some excessive clothing you don’t need, save yourself some time and trouble! 🙂 In order to avoid yourself these troubles, remember to shop wisely, don’t buy things for no reason – THINK before you BUY!
If you got too many extra clothes and do not know what to do with them, please read this blog post, Shopwise Shopaholic will help you. 🙂 We recommend you to donate your quality used clothes to charities to help the environment (introduce less waste into the environment) and your community. In this blog post, Shopwise Shopaholic will provide some details for clothes donation (Sydney base) if you have too many clothes!
In Sydney, there are many organisations and charities available for clothes donations.
1. The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity which helps disadvantage Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create a better futures for themselves. They accept good quality clean, wearable clothing…with no rips/stains or tears, either new or near new. You can simply donate the items that you no longer want by putting them into one of their easy identifiable Collection Bins. For more information, please visit their website: http://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/donate/clothing
2. GiveNow.com.au is also one of the place where you can donate your clothes to help the community and help make a difference to an individual or organisation. GiveNow is an initiative of the Our Community Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation which is supported by Westpac. Please visit their website for more information: http://www.givenow.com.au/otherways/clothes
3. Clothes Line Incorporated is an organisation which support the homeless and needy Australians by providing them with new, or good quality used clothing and other essential items. By donating clothes could help them to make a noticeable difference to their lives, improving their comfort and self image. Please visit their website for more information: http://www.clothesline.org.au/index.php/donate-clothing
If you have too many clothes and they are still in good conditions why not consider donating them to organisations such as those listed above to help more people, our community and the environment. 😀
Shopaholic, remember to shop wisely to avoid buying those extra items that you don’t need. THINK before you BUY! 😉