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Old 07-22-2019, 06:31 AM   #1
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Any recommendations near Moultonborough for donations of clothing in good shape??
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Old 07-22-2019, 07:44 AM   #2
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I think Skelly's has a couple of those mailbox-like donation bins at the far end of their lot. If not, keep your eyes open when you're at gas stations--there are a lot of them that are hard to notice if you're not looking
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Old 07-22-2019, 07:50 AM   #3
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Find a Salvation Army / Goodwill (or Similar) store and get a receipt for your taxes. Those donations are deductible !

95 Daniel Webster Hwy, Belmont, NH 03220

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177 Union Ave, Laconia, NH 03246
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Immediately next door and west to the Meredith Village Savings Bank in down town Moultonborough, close to the Moultonborough Country Store, there is a very well run, well organized, clean, and low priced thrift store and food pantry directly on the Route 25 state road. Is open maybe three days/week.

Don't forget to go through all the pockets on your old clothes ...... don't want to unknowingly donate any olde twenty dollar bills. ....
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Old 07-22-2019, 10:23 AM   #5
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Immediately next door and west to the Meredith Village Savings Bank in down town Moultonborough, close to the Moultonborough Country Store, there is a very well run, well organized, clean, and low priced thrift store and food pantry directly on the Route 25 state road. Is open maybe three days/week.

Don't forget to go through all the pockets on your old clothes ...... don't want to unknowingly donate any olde twenty dollar bills. ....
Good catch! I forgot this one. The thrift store sales support the food pantry--it's a twofer!
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Find a Salvation Army / Goodwill (or Similar) store and get a receipt for your taxes. Those donations are deductible !
Yes they're deductible, but with the changers in the tax laws (increased standard deduction) many folks no longer need to itemize.
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Go into the store you can buy stuff to support the food bank. My wife bought a baby stroller for a grandchild which we will donate back next year . Also if you are shutting up your house donate your cans and un
Opened cereal boxes
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