We are just a few short days away from The First Day of Spring , can you feel it in the air? With warm weather and extended sunshine comes the sudden and natural urge to begin spring cleaning. As you thoroughly sweep your home for items you no longer need and the piles begin to add up, do you find yourself wondering where you are going to take it all? My Brother’s Keeper is here with more info about where and how you can donate in Baltimore.
Donate to My Brother’s Keeper in Baltimore
At My Brother’s Keeper, we are always accepting kind donations to benefit local communities in need. Could your kitchen pantry use a dose of spring cleaning? Are your cabinets cluttered with cans and boxes that you forgot were even there? If you didn’t know they existed, donate them to someone who will be grateful that they do! To donate, please contact Danise Jones-Dorsey at 410-644-3194 or by email at email@example.com.
Donate any of the following items on our In Kind Donations Wish List: all canned goods (baked beans, peas, tuna, soup, ravioli, chicken, etc), boxed mashed potatoes, jelly, individually wrapped granola bars, fruit cups, cereal (hot and cold), spaghetti sauce, pasta (any kind), sugar, pancake mix, rice, powdered drinks, condiments, plastic forks, paper towels and more.
Free Donation Pick Up Services in Baltimore
Okay, so you’ve rummaged your home for clothes and other items to do away with and managed to impress yourself with how large of a pile you’ve created. Now what? If hauling your donation items to the nearest thrift store or community donation box seems like a hassle, use DonationTown to find a nearby charity that will pick up your donations in Baltimore for free! Donating has never been easier. When you schedule a donation pick up in the 21229 region you will be supporting the Vietnam Veterans of America charity, who offers free donation pick up within 24 hours in many areas. To donate, schedule your donation pick up.
Planet Aid Yellow Donation Bins in Baltimore
Have you seen those large yellow donation bins that say “Clothes & Shoes” all over them popping up throughout the city? They are pretty hard to miss, which makes them a great resource if you are looking to for a hassle-free donation bin in Baltimore to put old clothes and shoes in. There are five different bin locations in the 21229 region alone. To donate, click here to find a bin near you.
Talk to My Brother’s Keeper About Helping in Baltimore
To learn more about how to help or to find out more about our services including addiction treatment referrals, prescription assistance, hot meal programs, employment assistance, health services and identifying possible emergency shelter, call MBK today at 410-644-3194.
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