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    • kacie
    • By kacie 1st Feb 19, 8:07 AM
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    Household items for Charity
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    Household items for Charity 1st Feb 19 at 8:07 AM
    I collect milk bottle tops and used stamps for charity, does anyone know of other household items that charities take?
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    Terracycle collect various household recyclables and charities can collect them to exchange for cash I believe. Some charities collect drinks cans, others collect clothing. I think it depends on whether there is a charity near you that collects anything you are likely to have.
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