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Donations That Leave You Stress Free, and Families Happy!
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.