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Here are some easy ways to recycle and reuse clothes:
Passing down - You can pass down old clothes that don't fit you any more to relatives, friends, etc.
Homeless shelters - You can drop off old clothes to shelters and they'll give them to people in need. Some places are Goodwill, womens shelters, etc.
Drop-off bins - There are drop-off bins scattered around town where you can drop off clothes. You just put the bag of clothing into the bin and they pick it up every week. Click here for more information.
Once Upon a Child - This store takes childrens clothes that are in good shape and then they give you money for them. Click here for more information.
Worn out clothing - You can take your old clothing that is no-longer wearable to Goodwill or Salvation Army.
Visit The Good Human for more information
Quilts - You can take your old, non-fitting, favorite clothing (preferebly shirts/dresses) and cut them each into a matching square. Then, you take each square of clothing and sew them together to make a quilt.
Home pick-up - To make a donation of used clothing or household items, please call Kidney Services, Inc. in Columbus at (614) 351-2900 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.Click here for more information.
Plato's Closet - This store takes teen/adult clothes that are in good shape and they they give you money for them. Click here for more information.