Whether you need to make space for all that new loot or you’re just not loving the sweater from Great-Aunt Mary, this is the time of the year when we find ourselves with tons of stuff in need of relocating. Enter: the art of the donation. While the holidays may be over, the need for charity is not – and all those items you less-than-love can be put to good use in a number of (feel-good) ways.
Of course, “cooking for an army” is the kitchen aficionado’s holiday M.O. All those resulting leftovers? Donate them to a food bank.
You scored that much-wanted puffer for Hannukah – now give your old one a whole new lease on life.
The garage can only hold so many soccer balls, after all.
Hands down the surest way to make any deserving kid happy.
By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer
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