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  • Bonnie G. 1 year ago
    Clean and take to the local fire dept.
  • Chris G. 1 year ago
    I agree with you Mary. You don't know what people are going through and sometimes something is better than nothing at all. Sometimes you have no choice and have to rely on what you can get. People complain about not having money but they go out to eat twice a week and only buy organic foods. They don't understand if you only have $40 to feed your family for two weeks til you get paid again you can't eat organic and you can't go out to eat. LOL. That is why I have started my own garden so that we will always have some sort of food if that issue comes up again.
  • Chris G. 1 year ago
    Our Goodwill takes them and you can purchase them too. I also put them on freecycle and have gotten ones on freecycle too.
  • Karen K. 1 year ago
    Contact the county you live in.
    In my area, each county has its own 3 digit code - 311, 711, ...
    Get a list of Charitable organizations, Food Banks (distribution locations are often their own charitable entity), Shelters, ... . Note: many shelters are not publically listed so disgruntled spouses can't readily locate the fleeing. Perhaps police dept would be willing to drop off or share the locale.
  • Karen K. 1 year ago
    When my friend's nieces outgrew the seats, we donated them to the local Children's Protection department. They often have to go out to collect a child in danger, and never have enough safety seats. (I have yet to find a government that will buy enough--if any!) Alternately, they go to the local women's shelter, which usually operates on pennies and always needs help.
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