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Not all collection boxes are equal Out here in the boonies it's the red and white checkered boxes.
My understanding is their a run by a for profit company. Their boxes are marked only clothes and shoes. Anything else is just tossed. The clothes and shoes are bundled by gold and silver pandora bracelet size and sold overseas. As a business model it's a great idea, low overhead, no cost product. Ethically it's a Pandora's Box. The used clothing sent overseas has a competitive advantage over local textile industries. I think some great articles could come out of this story an article on these for profit agencies that run these boxes. There is a walmart near me that has one. I have seen the red checkered boxes as well. Another article that I have seen done on some 20/20 or dateline investigation is where pandora charms on sale people go and raid these boxes or the bags around these boxes and take the stuff for their own use. I call them lazy dumpster divers. If I have stuff to donate I usually drop it off at the salvation army store. My understanding is their a run by pandora jewelry online shopping a for profit company. Their boxes are marked only clothes and shoes. Anything else is just tossed. The clothes and shoes are bundled by size and sold overseas. As a business model it's a great idea, low overhead, no cost product. Ethically it's a Pandora's Box. The used clothing sent overseas has a competitive advantage over local textile industries. I want one of those Cubs World Series shirts they sent overseas in 2003. The Brown Elephant, though a worthy charity in most respects, may NOT be the best place for all of your donations. Clothing that is not absolutely perfect and in style is shredded for mattress filling, while some other charities will give it to people who only care about being warm, since not everyone can afford to be so picky. The other problem is that they have some pretty nasty signs up (in the Lakeview location) complaining about people bringing in stuff they do not think is up to their standards. I understand that not every item brought in is appropriate for sale, pandora sale australia but why the rudeness? It's like they are personally offended that you would dare think anyone would be able to use your scuffed Tupperware pitcher (their display example). At least at the Salvation Army when I drop my stuff off, I do not get the impression that my donation is barely being tolerated and that I might be chastised for dropping it off.
Plus you can pull your car right up to the drop off spot off of Clybourn, just south of Fullerton. Of course the Brown Elephants pickiness does make it a nicer place to shop, since the only the best stuff makes it to the sales floor. Especially great book selection, too.