With Terrifying Disasters Like Hurricanes, It Is Always Better To Kind By Donating August and September were 2 months packed with natural disasters. Texas, Puerto Rico, and other non-US territories were left in shambles from the hurricanes and storms that took place. Although it may not always be fully disclosed on the news or in the paper, please be aware that many are left without homes, food, or shelter. Families lost homes and therefore clothing, furniture, and everything that makes home "home." If you want to help, for current endeavors or future, inevitable disasters, here are some donation items that anyone would benefit from.
  1. Food: canned food especially beans, fruit and vegetables are great donation ideas for natural disasters. They have far-out expiration dates and are jam-packed with ingredients that keep it wholesome and edible. Water bottles are more durable (though not eco-friendly as boxed water) and can be shipped far to help those in need. Boxed foods are good for people to snack on and stay full, whether its crackers, cereal, or any kind of pantry-safe foods.
  2. Clothes: everyone who lost their homes is in need of winter-safe clothing, as well as t-shirts for more warmer climate areas like Texas and Puerto Rico. Donate t-shirts, shorts, denim clothing, sneakers and flip flops, bras, sweatshirts/sweaters, hats, gloves, and sunglasses. If you could invest in something, buy new packaged underwear (men or women) and socks to send over as well. You'll touch the hearts of families who may be struggling and would be more than grateful to have these donated to them in their time of need.
  3. Furniture: donating furniture may feel confusing if you don't know who it is going to. When families who lost their houses finally find a space to call "home" again, having donated furniture will make it that much easier to settle in. Instead of curbing or throwing away old furniture, donate them to hurricane relief families in need.
  4. Bedding: any pillows, pillow cases, bed sheets, blankets, throws, and even towels can be donated as well. Even if they're not in the best-shape, donating to homeless families is helpful to keep them warm during chilly nights.
Be sure to find a local hurricane-relief donation team that is supporting families suffering from hurricane damage. Be certain that this team is actually donating, and not selling or profiting off of your generous givings. Doing so ensures that families are actually protected and safe during their times of need. For more helpful tips, hints, and ideas, stayed tuned with Cleanout Express junk removal blog. We offer tips on how to cleanout your home, or we come and do it for you. Have a lot of items? Whether big, small, heavy, or light, Cleanout Express' Cleanout crew can come help lift, load, and haul away any and all items that are in need of being removal. We can help sort through and separate what is for donating, and what is for the trash can. For more information, click here and stay tuned with Cleanout Express!

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With Terrifying Disasters Like Hurricanes, It Is Always Better To Kind By Donating August and September were 2 months packed with natural disasters. Texas, Puerto Rico, and other non-US territories were left in shambles from the hurricanes and storms that took place. Although it may not always be fully disclosed on the news or in the paper, please be aware that many are left without homes, food, or shelter. Families lost homes and therefore clothing, furniture, and everything that makes home "home." If you want to help, for current endeavors or future, inevitable disasters, here are some donation items that anyone would benefit from.
  1. Food: canned food especially beans, fruit and vegetables are great donation ideas for natural disasters. They have far-out expiration dates and are jam-packed with ingredients that keep it wholesome and edible. Water bottles are more durable (though not eco-friendly as boxed water) and can be shipped far to help those in need. Boxed foods are good for people to snack on and stay full, whether its crackers, cereal, or any kind of pantry-safe foods.
  2. Clothes: everyone who lost their homes is in need of winter-safe clothing, as well as t-shirts for more warmer climate areas like Texas and Puerto Rico. Donate t-shirts, shorts, denim clothing, sneakers and flip flops, bras, sweatshirts/sweaters, hats, gloves, and sunglasses. If you could invest in something, buy new packaged underwear (men or women) and socks to send over as well. You'll touch the hearts of families who may be struggling and would be more than grateful to have these donated to them in their time of need.
  3. Furniture: donating furniture may feel confusing if you don't know who it is going to. When families who lost their houses finally find a space to call "home" again, having donated furniture will make it that much easier to settle in. Instead of curbing or throwing away old furniture, donate them to hurricane relief families in need.
  4. Bedding: any pillows, pillow cases, bed sheets, blankets, throws, and even towels can be donated as well. Even if they're not in the best-shape, donating to homeless families is helpful to keep them warm during chilly nights.
Be sure to find a local hurricane-relief donation team that is supporting families suffering from hurricane damage. Be certain that this team is actually donating, and not selling or profiting off of your generous givings. Doing so ensures that families are actually protected and safe during their times of need. For more helpful tips, hints, and ideas, stayed tuned with Cleanout Express junk removal blog. We offer tips on how to cleanout your home, or we come and do it for you. Have a lot of items? Whether big, small, heavy, or light, Cleanout Express' Cleanout crew can come help lift, load, and haul away any and all items that are in need of being removal. We can help sort through and separate what is for donating, and what is for the trash can. For more information, click here and stay tuned with Cleanout Express!

20. October 2017 by Julie
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