Donate Luggage to your local foster care agency – A way to donate that unwanted luggage so a child can use it for their belongings, instead of transporting them in a trash bag.
My wife saw this on Instagram and shared it with me. I then had to share it with you all!
Donate Luggage to your local foster care agency
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BTW, Goodwill, is a loose term for thrift store or donation center.
If you are getting rid of any kind of luggage – do not take it to Good will. Clean it up and drop it off at your local foster care agency. Foster kids are often asked to transport their belongings from place to place in a trash bag. I don’t ask you to share often but if enough share we can help just a little bit with the self esteem of these young people. Just a thought as we get closer to our Spring cleaning.
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I would check with your local or area foster care agencies before donating them, to make sure they do accept those donations. I am sure they do. But, it is best to double check to make sure your local foster care agency does.
I think the child(ren) would prefer to take their stuff in a suit case, backpack, etc. than a garbage bag. I know I would! (This was pointed out in a movie called Instant Family)
Foster Agencies, do you accept donations of luggage? Foster care parents, do you see a lot of kids coming to you with garbage bags or luggage? Anything else to add to this post would be great. Thanks!
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