Friday, April 9, 2010

Donation to the Salvation Army Will Reward Many


I heard this from a friend of mine earlier today, it sounds like a great idea for all of us. It helps us get rid of the clutter in our homes and can help lots of other people who need a helping hand. Please see what she wrote to our reading group"


"Clearing out clutter in your home this week? Drop some of it off at a participating Salvation Army Thrift Store by May 31, 2010, and you'll get a free $10 gift card.


From The Salvation Army blog:
For in-kind donations you contribute between April 1 and May 31 to select Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores, you will be thanked with a $10 gift certificate to any Phillips-Van Heusen, IZOD, or Bass retail stores. Participating Salvation Army stores will provide you with a dated receipt for your generous donations and a coupon to redeem for your next shopping trip."

So, if you have find anything during your spring cleaning that you can donate, now is the time. I know I have the MOST generous and loving readers, so I will thank you in advance for all you can do to help out those less fortunate. Have a great weekend everyone!


Until next time..... Lorie

7 comments:

Just Breathe said...

We always call for a pick-up.

TheEclecticElement said...

We are always dropping random bags off at the local thrift and charity stores around us-It helps us while helping others :D

It's a win win!

SageMom said...

Thanks for the info.! We always drop off at least 2 huge garbage bags of stuff every month to local agencies. Maybe we'll try Salvation Army this month!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

I've been donating to Value Village here because you get a 20% off coupon but this sounds great, I'll have to do them my next time around. Cole just went threw a growth spurt and all of his uniform pants don't fit ;(

Simply Being Mommy said...

Awesome! We just cleaned out closets and we have 3 huge bags ready for Goodwill. I guess we'll have to go to Salvation Army this time :)

AccidentalMommy said...

Wow that's generous of those stores to provide the gift cards. I usually take my stuff to the local church because they have a whole program that helps right here in our town.

onangelwings said...

What a great idea. I hate throwing anything out and always want to see if there is someone else who could use it.

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