Loc: Carthage, Tennessee
|Posted: 11/29/2012 9:40:43 AM|Hello fellow peas,
I've come to the conclusion that I have too much stuff! Who would have thought it?! What do you all do with the items that you don't want to keep anymore? Where do you sell them? Ebay isn't working for me And there are not a large number of groups to give it to.
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|Posted: 11/29/2012 9:51:58 AM|
Consider a tax-deductible donation to any of the following:
After-school art program
Church preschool ministry
Ronald McDonald House
Youth correctional facility
Battered women's shelter
Senior living/retirement center
... & more!
HTH & happy organizing...
|Posted: 11/29/2012 10:15:32 AM|
I would add your local children services agency.
Foster parents are required to keep a "life book" on their foster kids.
So they are always glad to get supplies.
Ancient Ancestor of Pea
Loc: Beautiful South Orange County, CA
|Posted: 11/29/2012 10:15:45 AM|
I list on Craig's list for things like tools, stamps and dies. Sometimes I fill up a large priority box with paper and sell for 25.00. I also give to friends or donate. Sometimes when I sell something on Craig's list, I will give them a little extra.
|Posted: 11/29/2012 11:40:08 AM|
You could also post on the FSOT board here. If you want to get rid of quickly and arent as concerned about recouping any costs maybe post it here for free with the recipient paying postage (I'd recommend a flat rate box).
My turn to hit the PEAnata!!!
Loc: SCV, CA
|Posted: 11/29/2012 11:41:41 AM|
why not sell to your IRL scrappy friends? will your lss have a garage sale soon?
"Don't Stop Believin'"
Loc: California Coast
|Posted: 11/29/2012 11:45:11 AM|
I have good luck with FSOT and Craigslist. Whatever doesn't sell in a certain amount of time, I donate to Goodwill and get a receipt for taxes.
|Posted: 11/29/2012 1:57:24 PM|
The Scrap Yard group on FB. Things move quick!
|Posted: 11/29/2012 3:19:41 PM|
To add to the charities, there is a group in my town that makes cards and scrapbooks for people in hospice, as well as an adoption agency that has "crops" for parents. I think it is the same as foster care, that the parents are required to make a life book.
The hospice group meets at our Archiver's once a month. You could check a LSS to see if they know of any organizations that could use the supplies.
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