We’ve all been there—covering our ears as the weird, often loud, intense sound of a powerful cleaning machine makes its way around the house. If you’re picturing a vacuum cleaner then you’re picturing right! As cumbersome as the sound of a vacuum cleaner is, it’s a household necessity that keeps our carpets clean and fresh. Now who doesn’t want their floors in top notch condition?! Donate your vacuums today!
Want to know something cool? Donating your vacuum cleaner is as easy as using Zealous Good. Our simple donation-matching process lets you both donate items easily and pick the charity you wish to give to. If you don’t live in Chicago, here are three organizations that you could donate to today:
Oh brother! Elementary schools are full of energetic, fun loving kids learning about math, English and everything in between. As these superstars learn from their teachers, different everyday activities can cause quite the mess! Donate your old vacuums so these classrooms can be in perfect condition so these kiddos can focus on their studies!
It seems like you can recycle anything now a days—and that’s an awesome thing! The world is our precious habitat and it’s our jobs to take care of the environment. Mother Nature is calling us. If throwing away your old vacuum is your only option, why not recycle it? Future generations are counting on it.
Search recycle centers online for the nearest one near you.
Churches, Synagogues, Mosques, Temples, etc.
Religious centers need to keep their carpets clean for their worshippers. If these centers aren’t using these machines to keep their own facilities clean, they will for sure know which charities or which families will need your used vacuums the most.
Search for the closest religious center near you online.
So, whether you donate through Zealous Good or to these other awesome options, your vacuum cleaners can truly make someone’s day. With so many ways to make an impact, why wait? Donate today!
Vince Nava is a 2013 marketing intern at Zealous Good, an in-kind donations marketplace in Chicago. You can find Vince on Google+, on Twitter at @vincenava or Zealous Good on Facebook and on Twitter at @ZealousGood.