All you need to do to participate is:
1) spend a couple of hours going through your kitchen, closet, bedroom or basement and gather up your gently used items, things that you don't wear or use anymore
2) box or bag them up
3) take them to your local Saver's Community Donation Center,
4) drop them off
5) get a coupon or tax sheet
and wham bam you've just helped the local community, worldwide community but the Earth too! Go treat yourself to some fro-yo!
Saver's takes basically any and all items. Clothes (men, women, kids), accessories (men, women, kids), shoes (men, women, kids), books, magazines, records, CD's, VHS tapes, DVDs, electronics, housewares like pots, pans, dishes, silverware, glassware, utensils, small appliances like blenders, toasters, etc., electronics like stereos, cameras, speakers, home decor like picture frames, decor, wall hangings, etc., furniture like desks, drawers, storage, tables, etc., sports equipment, toys, some bedding and so much more.
My favorite things to buy are clothes and homewares like vases. Seriously why spend $10 on a vase when you can get the EXACT one at Saver's for under $5? All of my vases are from there and I don't even know how much money I've saved. #MyWalletThanksMe
Sadly they don't take bedding like mattresses or box springs, autoparts, construction supplies like wood, paint, etc., large appliances like fridges and washers, and weapons.
Here is a full list of items they accept and items they don't accept and some helpful tips before donating/for your donations!
If you are unsure of something call your local store.
As if helping your community, world and planet wasn't enough you get a punch card for your donation and every full box or bag you take in and drop off you get a punch. Bring in 6 boxes/bags and get 30% off your purchase at Saver's! SCORE! You are literally being rewarded both in good conscious and with a discount!
How I feel after donating at Saver's!