A lot of us use spring as a time to purge our homes of things we don’t need through donations. Maybe you have some clothes that no longer fit, cans of food you aren’t really planning on using, basics like paper towels that you bought too much of. While searching your home for goods you no longer need, it’s time to start considering donating. Donating not only helps those in need, but it’ll make you feel good as well. Here is some more info about where you can donate this spring!
Donations At My Brother’s Keeper
At My Brother’s Keeper, we’re happy to take donations. Getting regular donations is one way we can provide resources to the homeless and continue to build and improve our community. If you’ve got an overstocked kitchen with resources you no longer need, we would be happy to take them. There are many people out there in need of good will and kind donations, so please consider donating to those who would be grateful. If you have questions, please contact Danise Jones-Dorsey at 410-644-3194 or you can reach her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Peanut butter
- Canned goods (green beans, tomatoes, milk, tuna, chicken, fruit)
- Boxes of mashed potatoes
- Condiments (ketchup, mayo, hot sauce)
Donation Pickup Services in Baltimore
If you’ve managed to gather a pile of clothes you no longer need during your spring cleaning efforts, it’s time to consider donating them. Luckily, DonationTown is a service that’s here to help: simply find a nearby charity that will pick your donations up for you. If you don’t have the time or ability to lug your donation items to a thrift store or community donation box, a free pick up may be the route to go. If you do want to take the items yourself, look out for the large yellow donation bins throughout Baltimore! They’re a great way to rid yourself of some old clothes while also helping those in need.
Talk to My Brother’s Keeper About Helping in Baltimore
To learn more about our youth programs, Attendance Affirmation Project, how to help, or to find out more about our services including hot meal programs, employment assistance, health services and identifying possible emergency shelter, call MBK today at 410-644-3194. You can also follow our official MBK page on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook, to stay up to date on our center’s progress and upcoming events in the community.