After saving just about everything my son ever used for the last six years, I'm now pretty confident that I'm not having another baby. And with winter coming, I'd finally like to park in my garage. Charities such as Goodwill and The Salvation Army won't pick up until well after the new year, and women's shelters and crisis nurseries would love to take the items, but again not until well after the new year. Everything is in great condition, clothes mostly from Old Navy and Children's Place with some Wal-mart items in the mix. I just don't want to sort through everything, repack it, haul it to a resale shop, and get little to nothing for it. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much!
Answer by m0_mommy at 5:02 AM on Dec. 3, 2010
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Answer by justanotherjen at 10:02 AM on Dec. 3, 2010
If you need the money then it is worth it. For me I have 5 kids and I always donate everything they grow out of to mother and child centers, or other charity, someone else I find out that is having a baby and needs some things. I just would rather help someone who can't afford to get it on their own. I could always use the cash but the feeling of helping another mother I get more out of that.
Answer by Stefono at 10:06 AM on Dec. 3, 2010