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Most Donated Clothes Aren't Use


MNN reports, "Donating your old, unwanted clothes is a great way to give back to your community while cleaning out your closet. It's a satisfying feeling knowing that you've made a positive impact..." However, a large portion of donated clothing ends up in landfills. Clothes are often not accepted into stores like Goodwill, because of flaws. Consignment shops don't accept clothes that aren't in style, because they possess little to no resale value.

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