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    It's getting cold. I have a bunch of used clothing in perfectly good condition (though not the most stylish) that I'd like to get rid of. I hate the idea of throwing them in the garbage or trying to sell them, especially when I can clearly see and smell people in need.

    Any idea where to donate them?

    Thanks.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by goodmoto View Post
      It's getting cold. I have a bunch of used clothing in perfectly good condition (though not the most stylish) that I'd like to get rid of. I hate the idea of throwing them in the garbage or trying to sell them, especially when I can clearly see and smell people in need.

      Any idea where to donate them?

      Thanks.

      Nice.

      There is a place! But I can't remember the name.

      Hang on a bit, somebody will know of it.

      I think it was called the Hearfelt Project Japan or some such.

      Didya Google??

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      • #4
        Salvation Army in either Nakano-ku or Suginami-ku, forget which. Was in walking distance of my place when I lived in Nakano-ku Honancho.

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        • #5
          If you leave it out, they will come...

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