Pape Beyer posted an update 5 months, 3 weeks ago
I have a donation drop box near me that I use every single day. It helps me in so many different ways and I am very thankful for it. There are plenty of times when I have to donate big items and it can get tricky and I end up not being able to find a place to donate them. This is when the donation drop-off boxes come in very handy because they make it easy for me to give the clothes to the women who I work with.
I live on a peninsula and every time I move I have to take a cross-country trip. It can be pretty frustrating if you have a large load to deliver. If you are in this situation, there is a great website called “The Salvation Army” that will ship the items that you need to get to your final location. They are based out of the state of Georgia and all you have to do to get your load there is simply fill out their application online with your information. They have a valid zip code where you can pick up your box of clothing and have it delivered.
Another website called “Hampers Gift Cards” also drops off various gifts. All you have to do to get your items there is to go online and fill out an online form. You can choose a destination anywhere in the state of Texas, whether it’s Fort Worth Houston or anywhere else. Once you do this, all you have to do is drop-off your gifts at a number of convenient locations that they have all over the state of Texas:
Fort W. – I love this city and it just makes everything so much easier. I live in south Fort Worth but if you are in the northwest part of the city you can go to Google maps and click on the map that says “Fort Worth in Texas.” That will take you right where you need to go: at the Ft.W. Airport. At magazine can find a donation drop box near me by looking for “Donation Drop Box near me.” (I had to cheat a bit with the names because I was not very sure of them.) These donation drop boxes are full of clothes that have been donated to charity and the number of people that use them is astounding.
Laredo – This city is on the Mexico border so if you live around here, you know that it is a border town. There is magazine of books in Laredo either so it might be an easy way for you to donate your old books. All you need to do is look in the yellow pages of your local phone book under “books” for a list of places where you can drop off your old books. Just make sure that you let them know when you are coming and when you dropped off your old books so that they have time to get them to you!
Houston – Book donations at the Houston Airport are a little trickier. If you can, you should try to find a group that collects used books and then offers to deliver the books to the donation drop boxes. The best way to do this is to call around and ask for a list of book bins the donation programs accept. They might not have the book bins near you but they might have a way to ship the books to you.
Austin – This is another great place for your book donation drop box near me. At the airport there are quite a few book bins that accept used books. You can look in the bulletin boards for the book bins that are open when you are coming in. Many of these places will have a person that will help you with your donation. If not, just look for the book bins outside of the terminal and just drop your old books in and out of the boxes as you go.
There are other places in the city that have a book donation drop box near me, so make sure to check them out. Contact magazine or your school if you belong to one and let them know where you would like to donate your old books to. A good old fashioned book donation is always appreciated.