Goodwill Manasota Spring Cleaning Tips

Coconut Telegraph

It’s an annual rite of spring: as warmer weather arrives, most Americans will take time to declutter and spruce up their homes. With the sale of donated goods and philanthropic donations, Goodwill is able to assist people with disabilities and other barriers to employment by providing job skills training and employment opportunities. Goodwill Manasota has these suggestions for spring. CLEAN AND ORGANIZE: Clear out your garage, closets and attic space. Find storage bins, baskets and shelves at Goodwill Manasota to help you get organized. DONATE: Make it your business to give someone else a fresh start. Whether you’re at a new job or wearing a new size, share your success by donating unwanted professional outfits to Goodwill. SHOP: Find trend-setting prints and patterns at your local Goodwill store to create a new look this spring.

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