Where to Donate a White Board

Chalkboards are so old school! Unless you’re going for a vintage charm, white boards are the way to go whether you use one at home to organize chores or your boss uses one at work to write down company goals. Everyone and anyone could use a white board—donate today!B106whiteboards

Want to know something awesome?  Donating your white boards 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 your old boards to:

Schools

This is a no brainer! Schools can never have more than enough white boards. Teachers need boards to teach the future leaders of tomorrow about fractions, history, or grammar. Who knows—maybe some hidden Einstein could solve the next big math mystery on the very board you donated. Now that would be cool!

Look up your local school district online.

Tutor Centers

Whether you are a student yourself, have been a student, or now have kids that our students, we all remember a time when we needed extra help. Tutors can give us that special attention that can ultimately improve our grades. White boards can help struggling students see the solutions more clearly.

Search tutoring centers online to find a center near you.

Recreations Centers

Gyms or community rec. centers always have tons of announcements. So many events are going on every day and sometimes there aren’t enough flyers or online newsletters to go around. White boards could be an essential key to promote and inform rec. center users on the next weekly bike trip or the next early morning yoga session.

Visit your local recreation center’s website for more information.

So, whether you donate through Zealous Good or to these other awesome options, your white boards 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.

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