For your convenience, Big Brother/Big Sister will actually pick up your items. This is a great organization to support, and they work hard to make donating items incredible convenient.
This program helps underprivileged women re-enter the work force by outfitting them appropriately for job interviews. Donations of women’s business attire, shoes and accessories are accepted.
There are networks of community-based, autonomous member organizations worldwide that serves people with workplace disadvantages and disabilities by providing job training and employment services.
Great links to several charities and donation centers.
To locate a reputable consignment/re-sale shop in your area, check your local phone book or visit Consignmentshops.com for a directory of shops in your area.
It is prohibited to put hazardous waste in the trash, including oil, chemicals, paints, freon, old batteries and building materials containing asbestos or lead. Some communities require a permit to keep a trash container on the street; others are more casual about it unless neighbors complain. Be sure to ask your disposal company if it will be necessary for you to get a permit in your area.
Also search Craig’s List to find removal services in your area.
We know that moving is stressful enough. To make it as simple and painless as possible, we have provided additional resources to help you.