Archive for September 14, 2018

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Sep

Taking A Look at The Importance Of Charitable Donations Here In The United States

Written by Family Magazine. Posted in Clothing donations, Red cross clothing pick up, Red cross donation center

Giving to charity is an incredibly noble thing to do here in the United States, and a great way to help support the people of your community as well as the world as a whole. In fact, giving charitably has become so popular that more than half of all people here in the United States – seventy percent of them, to be exact – give charitably at least for every year that passes. But giving charitably in a monetary way is not always possible, as much as you would love to do so. Many people are simply struggling to make their own ends meet, and giving even just a small sum of money away is not an advisable thing to do.

But even if you do not have a lot of money, you can donate clothing to a Red Cross clothing pickup site. Donating your old and used clothing is something that most people are capable of doing, as clothing consumption is higher than ever before. In fact, the typical person here in the United States will purchase up to sixty eight articles of clothing in just one year, and

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Sep

What’s So Different About Amish Furniture and Sheds?

Written by Family Magazine. Posted in Amish chicken coop, Amish patio furniture, Amish sheds

In the digital age, it can be incredibly easy to opt for buying things online that will show up at your doorstep shortly after you order, and this is incredibly true for furniture and larger items for your home. It often makes a lot of sense: so-called “fast furniture” can arrive at your home in a matter of days, be assembled quickly and easily with only a few tools, and they’re often the least expensive option available. But what are you really paying for with this cheap furniture? Too often, the answer is poor quality and a short life-span. The solution? Hand-crafted, high-quality, custom Amish sheds and furniture. Here are just some of the differences between these custom pieces and cheap furniture found online.

Built To Last: Lifespan Differences

When most people buy furniture, they expect it to last for a long time. In fact, in a survey of over 2,000 consumers, over 92% said that they expect their wooden furniture to last for at least 15 years. Typically, “fast furni