Where to Donate Air Conditioners in Your Community


The temperatures are rising. Kids are getting out of schools. The sweat continues to trickle down your face. Yes, it’s here again—Summer! And who is everyone’s BFF during the summer? The air conditioner, of course! There are many people and facilities who want to keep cool this Summer. Ever wonder where to donate your old air conditioner? Don’t sweat it! We have the answer.Whirlpool-8000-BTU-Window-Air-Conditioner

If you’re in Chicago, it’s as easy as using Zealous Good to find out exactly which charities need your portable AC units. If you’re not in Chicago, here are some ideas of where to donate your cooling companion.

Schools

As temperatures heat up during the end of the school year and during summer school hours, your community’s youths are in dire need of your air conditioning. Help keep them cool so they can grow up to be our leaders of tomorrow.

For information on schools near you, you can look up your local school district online.

Senior Living Centers

Take care of the people that have taken care of you! Air condition shortages are becoming increasing prevalent at senior living centers across the country. Help your Seniors keep cool so they can have the energy to play around with their grandchildren.

Search senior living center in your preferred search engine or look up other senior living options.

Community Center

Whether it be your local community pool, activity center, or Boys and Girls Club, these centers are at the heart of every community and are very popular during the hot summer months. Help keep these centers cool!

Look up your community’s web page for more information.

If you’re in the Chicago area, check out Zealous Good for where to donate air conditioners. Click here to submit your donation and we’ll find a charity that can benefit.

Vince Nava is a 2013 summer 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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