Can u plz help me out to donate old clothes of our kids and ours too which are in good condition...
Googled. but didnt find an appropriate place. If anyone can share the information regarding this from ur personal experience it would be great.
Thanks in Advance.
Why not donate to some orphanage?
call just dial. the'll give u nos...of orgaanisations which take clothes, books and even food leftovers after a big party..
I don't think any of those orgs take clothes. Everyone is asking us to donate money. For NGOs list you can refer this list.. http://www.karnataka.com/ngos/ .. Even i have faced this problem. Of course some of them take books and food. But old clothes... no.. I think the best option would be to visit some temples and churches and give away those old things to the people sitting outside.
You can donate to people or children near dhargas, building construction sites etc.
my name is Qurrat and Iv just become a member here in regards to my son.while i was going through the articles i came across this query.
my mother runs a Home for the Girl Child in Hennur and we do collect old clothes,newspapers and any kind of old junk.if the clothes r in a good condition we use it for the children here.if it doesnt fit them or its clothes of men/boys we hav a man who buys it from us for cheap price and that small amount goes towards everyday's vegetables.we have 40 girls who stay with us.all expenses are borne by the Trust.for more details you can call my# 9591764822 and visit our site www.rifaa.net
long time since I logged into this forum :) Not sure if the above query of has found answers. I'll tell you what I did...might help you. I had my istri-wala's family - husband, wife and two kids- who were always in need of clothing. As did my maid. And usually, if you ask these people, they will know someone who is in need of them. I even asked my daily garbage collector, street sweeper, milkman and the gorkha. Even push-cart sabji-wala and flower vendors. They all accepted clothes if they were in good condition. Even footwear, old sheets/drapes.
If your kids have outgrown toys/books, ask a local day-care facility or anganwadi if they will take them. They usually do.
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