The team at Charlotte’s Web completing a truck load delivery of furniture for the Prince George’s Housing Authority with Housing Authority Supervisor Crystal and Owens Road Senior Citizens Assisted Living Director Ms. Vicki.
Moving? Charlotte’s Web is partnering with All n 1 Stop Moving & Storage to launch it’s furniture donations program.
Let us help you declutter and get rid of household items you do not have a need for. Let Charlotte’s Web pick up your belongings for you, it eliminates the hassle of having to dispose of your furniture. Not only that, but it will allow you to help someone in need. Yes, your items can be tax-deductible. If you plan to itemize your tax deductions, you will need a receipt from Web Enrichment Center, please see IRS’ rules on charitable contributions. Non-denotable items you would like to discard can be set up for bulk trash pickup for an additional fee.
How does donating contribute to CWEC?
When you donate furniture and other items to Charlotte’s Web Enrichment Center, they redirect your items directly into the hands of families in need. Your furniture donation will help battered women and children in retreat, the unemployed, the working poor and previously homeless people as they set up their new homes. Charlotte’s Web is also in partnership with local government, church agencies and other non-profit organizations to assist with the distribution process. Charlotte’s Web is also in partnership with the Housing Authority of Prince George’s County, church agencies and other non-profit organizations to assist with the distribution process.
What can you donate?
Charlotte’s Web accepts new and slightly used furniture items, but are not limited to receiving: new clothing and shoe’s for men, women and children. Flat screen TV’s, bicycles, computers and exercise equipment if they are less then 1 year old.