13 Jan FREE Shred Day + Drop Off Clutter for Charity! Details…
January is National Get Organized Month! It’s time to set in motion your New Year’s resolutions for getting organized in the new year. But what do you do with all of the stuff you want to remove?
Simple: If you’re in San Antonio, bring it to NAPO San Antonio’s 2nd Annual GO Month Clear Your Clutter Day!
Saturday, January 21, 2012
10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
It’s such a beautiful concept. Give yourself a happy home and help others in the process. We’re gathering your clutter to turn it into donations to non-profits in San Antonio. So, what all can you bring? Read on…
· Computers, electronics
· Furniture, antiques, framed pictures
· Cookware, dishes, housewares
· Clothing, jewelry, shoes
· Games, toys, sporting goods
· Books, lamps, office supplies
Bring it on!
Note: flammable, corrosive, toxic, poisonous, reactive, or explosive (including paint and batteries) cannot be accepted at this event.
Founders Lions Club on behalf of Lighthouse for the Blind and other agencies will collect:
· Prescription & reading glasses
Check underneath your magazines and behind your nightstand. You know you’ve got some old ones!
San Antonio Battered Women’s Shelter will collect:
· Used cell phones
How many times have you upgraded in the last ten years? Check the back of your junk drawers!
San Antonio Food Bank will collect:
· Unopened, unexpired, non-perishable food
Check those pantries! If you started the new year with a diet, remove temptation and donate it to the Food Bank!
Note: first box is free, additional boxes will be $5 (letter size) and $8 (legal size) – that’s cheap!!
Thank you to Pinnacle Shredding for providing this service to the community.
Rubbish Works will be on hand to help out Goodwill’s collection process, so thank you very much to them for helping out.
Empty your home of what you don’t need and assist others at the same time!
Come meet the Professional Organizers and Certified Professional Organizers of NAPO San Antonio.
I’ll be onsite for the entire event, so please be sure to say hello!