Last week was the official start of fall. To most of us that means purging closets, rotating seasonal attire and trying to prepare for what Mother Nature is about to bring us in the upcoming months (don’t worry, I won’t talk about that white fluffy stuff just yet). For those of us at Common Goods, it brings other changes–such as the types of donations we are looking for.
Just like you, we are in the process of rotating our seasonal attire, and stocking the floor with fall/winter clothing and accessories. However, in order to do that, we need seasonally appropriate clothing & accessories donated from YOU, our amazing supporters! I know when my wife goes through her clothes this time of year, it is usually the time when she gets rid of the summer things she didn’t wear. I challenge you to also go through your fall/winter clothes right now and ask yourself a couple of questions:
- Did I wear this last year?
- If yes, ask yourself, will I wear it this year? (if your answer is yes, keep it)
- If no to either the first or second question, ask yourself, is it still in great shape?
- If your answer is yes, then donate it to Common Goods!
One type of item that we always welcome, no matter the time of year, is good quality furniture. High-end furniture pieces are the most sought-after items at Common Goods. Who doesn’t love finding a unique piece of quality furniture at a fraction of the cost that ALSO allows Bridges of Hope to serve even more families in the Lakes Area! By donating or purchasing these amazing pieces of furniture at Common Goods, YOU play a vital role in the success of Bridges of Hope and the programs that it offers. The items that our customers ask about the most are large, solid wood pieces such as hutches, armoires, complete dining sets, and beds/bed frames like the one pictured here.
Our staff will be more than happy to work to accommodate a local furniture pickup for your items. If you have items that you are willing to donate, please call Common Goods at 218-824-0923 or email email@example.com to start the process.
Don’t forget to check out our donation guidelines–thank you for your support!