Inclement weather, spending more time indoors and contemplating Brown and White Pickup may inspire you to declutter. The Post and Courier published an article on this topic on Sunday, August 2, 2020. To read it, click here.
Before you put your used furniture or other items on the curb for Brown and White Pickup on Friday, consider some donation opportunities recommended in the article. One option is donating to the Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Restore on Maybank Highway; you may visit their website or contact the store at 843-559-4009 for more information. Another option is to donate to Goodwill just up the way near the Main Road and Maybank Highway intersection; you can look at Goodwill’s website for additional information here. Both organizations offer home pickup; just apply for it through their websites. It’s certainly a good time for all of us to “share the wealth.”
In addition to the options above, here are a few more from The Post and Courier article:
Below is a list of organizations and initiatives where people can donate or sell household items. People should contact facilities directly for policies and store hours amid the ongoing pandemic.
Community Thrift Store, 5300 Rivers Ave, North Charleston and 4650 Ladson Road, Unit No. 200, Summerville, SC
My Sister’s House, P.O. Box 71171, North Charleston, SC 29415
Plato’s Closet, 7800 Rivers Ave., Unit No. 1290, North Charleston
Once Upon a Child, 7800 Rivers Ave., Unit No. 1440, North Charleston
Dee Norton Advocacy Center, 677 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant
East Cooper Community Outreach, 1145 Six Mile Road, Mount Pleasant