Goodwill is busy sorting boxes of donations.
The only thing that you have to do to participate is to unpack that Amazon box that was shipped with all of your seasonal goodies.
"The free shipping program encourages people who shop from a variety of retailers to reuse the box their new purchase arrived in".
This year Amazon is participating in a Goodwill program called the Give Back Box. If not, there's a smart, convenient way to put them to good use that will benefit you, those in need, and the environment.
It's not just a good way to give back to others during the holiday season - the Give Back Box is also a great way to clear your home of clutter and used packaging.
I think most of us can agree that the holidays in this modern era involve a lot of cardboard boxes. You even get a tax write-off.
The online retailing giant has this year teamed up with Goodwill to let customers use their empty cardboard shipping boxes, fill them with clothing, small household items, and accessories that are no longer needed, and donate them.
Electronics, liquids, fragile and hazardous items are not accepted.
The organization made it easy. When the box arrives, you can pack it with some old dresses (or any other donation that isn't an electronic), print a shipping label for free from GiveBackBox.com, then drop it off at a nearby post office or UPS store.
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