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“Donate Stuff. Create Jobs” at Goodwill®

*This post was made possible through the support of Goodwill. All opinions are my own.

Spring is here and that means a lot of people are Spring Cleaning and purging things. I know I have been going through our closets and finding things we just don’t need or use. When I was about to just throw bags and bags away of clothes that no longer fit my children I though oh wait, Donate Stuff at Goodwill®, where our donations support people who are seeking to earn jobs and build careers.

It’s simple. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill®, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others.

Goodwill® uses 82 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.

Want to find ways to help? Join the  #7DaysofSpringCleaning!

Follow this simple plan for the next seven days and send your donations to your local Goodwill®.

Day 1) Clear your closet clutter
Day 2) Time to tackle the kitchen
Day 3) Spread holiday cheer (holiday decorations, center pieces, Halloween)
Day 4) Downsize your tech toys (used laptops)
Day 5) Clean out your office supplies
Day 6) Provide quality entertainment (unused movies, video games)
Day 7) Downsize your bookshelf

Find your local Goodwill® at

*This post was made possible through the support of Goodwill. All opinions are my own.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

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