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Donating Your Old Items Is Not Only a Good Deed, But It Will Also Save You a Lot of Money. Here Is Why:

Go Ahead and Donate

If you have a plenty of gently used items that you have no use for anymore, consider starting a donation pile.

Donating clothing, furniture, and nonperishable food to others who need them instead of throwing them out is always a plus.

This way you help the environment by reusing resources, and any donations you make are most likely tax-deductible (so make sure you keep the receipts).

At the end of the year, you can report your donated items to the IRS for a proper tax deduction. By doing good, you’re saving money, being eco-friendly, and repurposing an item that would otherwise be thrown away. At Moishe’s, we’ll do our best to make sure that this process is as simple and smooth as possible.

We can help you donate large items or furniture to your local charitable organization. This way, someone will get good use out of your gently used items. There are tons of donation bins in NYC and other large metropolitan areas for you to safely and securely donate gently used items.

Plus, donating some of your inventory before moving can help you save on the cost of moving itself. The less you have the pack up, the less space you’ll require in your moving truck or storage locker.

Moreover, this can also help you save on the cost of packing materials which helps make for a more green move.

Here Are a Couple of Items You May be Interested in Donating:

  • Gently used clothes, or clothes that no longer fit
  • Old books or toys
  • Games, consoles, and electronics
  • Gently used and cleaned appliances
  • Art or collection pieces
  • Shoes and bags
  • Clean linens
  • Sleepwear
  • Sporting Goods

Getting Rid of or Donating Large Items

Do you have large items that you want to donate or purge when moving?

We are happy to add on the disposal or donation of your large items to your moving services with us on a per cubic foot basis.

While furniture cannot simply be dropped off at your local donation bin, it can still be reused and make a valuable asset for those in the community. Keep in mind that different charitable organizations have different needs. Therefore, a piece of furniture that may be accepted at one organization, may not be accepted at another.

The best way to prepare yourself is by calling ahead with ample notice to make sure the center can properly receive your items. Make sure you’re also letting your movers know what exactly needs to be moved to ensure that we can give you the help you need.

Do you have a huge piano to remove?

Regardless of whether your piano is an upright or grand style, we have the experience and manpower to ensure that your donation process is as smooth and efficient as possible.

We have no weight limit moving on pianos. It’s actually done quite often.

Our moving experts know exactly how to move pianos so that they remain intact and a valuable asset for someone in the future. If you have questions about your specific donation, please feel free to reach out to Moishe’s moving services at any time. We are happy to address your specific concerns so that you feel confident about your donation process.

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