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clothing donationsMoxieJean.com

This online company will buy and then sell your kids’ old clothes. Unlike traditional resellers, who sell unusable goods to fabric recyclers, they donate items they can’’t sell to charity.

Schoola.com

Request a cleanout bag in the mail, fill it, and send it back. You don’’t get a kickback on sales, but 40 percent of the proceeds are donated to your kids’’ school.

SwopBoard.com

List your old items for sale and select how much of the proceeds to keep and how much to donate to your child’’s school (there’’s a 10 percent donation minimum). The site also offers a feature that allows parents to direct their donations toward specific school-district initiatives.

WebThriftStore.com

When you put old items up for sale here, all the proceeds go to a nonprofit of your choice, like The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or the American Red Cross. Bonus? Donations are tax-deductible.

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