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    When I moved into my new home two years ago, the next door neighbor brought a gift to my door with a donation drop box attached to it. I eagerly opened the box and was surprised to find not only a gift but a dozen or so containers of clothes for the winter. I was excited to donate them and get some use out of the excess that my old wardrobe couldn’t hold. But when I went to the post office to retrieve my donation it took a week for my donation to come!

    What had happened? How could this happen? Where was magazine going? Why was it taking so long to come through? Why was this person so kind to send a donation and then not return my phone call asking for explanations as to why it was taking so long?

    At first I didn’t know what to make of all the discrepancy. Then I checked online and looked at some of the donation bins in Fort Worth and Dallas. They were pretty full, there were hardly any brown paper bags in the donation bins, and the people there appeared to be pretty upset about the delay. They didn’t return my phone call or answer many of my questions, but they did tell me that their policy was to leave donation bins in each neighborhood on streets facing the highway.

    Apparently, magazine are giving the gift of life to cars, trucks and motorcycles that don’t have running boards to help protect the integrity of the wheels. In the Fort Worth area I live there are many homes with old bookshelves filled with books. I’m thinking that the book donation bins are not placed in areas where the donation recipient might end up crumpled, bent over and unable to get into their chair.

    After checking online I learned that donation drop boxes come in different shapes and sizes, and are designed for various uses. When you see a large open box with a ribbon tied around it, you probably think that’s the best kind to donate books to. This is not necessarily the case. Book donation bins are supposed to be durable, reusable, stackable and have easy-to-read labels.

    Donating your old books can take a long time. Some are even damaged or badly scratched. It would be so much better for you and the environment if you donated your old books right along with you when you go. Let the people who pick them up use them as the donation that saving the environment.

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    You may be surprised when you learn that many of the book donation boxes near me also hold other types of donations such as electronics, furniture and antiques. I accept most types of donations. I simply make it a point to collect the items on the day that you decide to donate them. There are so many reasons why my business serves as a donation site. In magazine , when I took over the stewardship of this location, a friend of mine came up with the brilliant idea of allowing others to donate to the bookstore as well. magazine ‘m so glad she did!