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May 05, 2007

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Jeri Dansky

Great suggestion, Ariane!

I know my local food pantry can always use plastic and paper bags for their food give-aways.

Here are some lists from the San Francisco Bay Area:

Shelter-related services:
http://www.ehclifebuilders.org/howtohelp/wish_list.php
http://www.samaritanhouse.com/new/donate_volunteer/wish_list.shtml

Humane Society - another kind of place always in need. I would never have guessed feather dusters for orphaned baby birds to cuddle up with.
http://www.peninsulahumanesociety.org/involved/wishlist.html

Gina

After reading this on Saturday I spent the evening, part of Sunday, and yesterday evening purging. I'm not a packrat or a keeper of a lot of things but we all still need to stop and get rid of things no longer used. I also found a couple of charities I was unaware of. Thanks for the great site!

Analisa Roche

Great post, I totally agree on the effect of finding out immediate needs.

For Texas:

http://www.aardvarc.org/dv/states/txdv.shtml
http://www.tashfb.org/Banks.asp

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