Military members and families make a lot of sacrifices. They make the decision to protect their country. This often means spending time overseas and skipping important holidays and milestones. Many civilian families want to increase their level of appreciation, but do not know how they can help. There are actually many ways that you can show your appreciation for all that military members and their families do.
Express your appreciation
The easiest way to show your appreciation is to express it. Simply telling a person in uniform or a military family that you appreciate their service can do wonders. This form of gratitude does not cost anything and it does not require you to go out of your way to assist anyone. Most military families appreciate when civilians show and expres
Many people are guilty of hoarding their clothing until their closet is filled to capacity. It’s likely that you have a few bins of unworn clothing stored away, or perhaps a could dresser drawers full. While it can be hard to get rid of your garments, there are some situations where you simply have no choice. Here are ___ situations when to donate clothes:
You Don’t Wear It
This is pretty straight forward. It’s unlikely that you still need that bridesmaid dress from three years ago or a winter jacket after you’ve moved down south. Some pieces of clothing are purely unnecessary.
No matter how much you love something, it’s not worth taking up space if you’ll never wear it again. If you haven’t worn something in over a year, it’s time to donate.
It No Longer Fits