Folding chairs have feelings too! We might sometimes take them for granted. Sometimes we don’t even notice them at all—chairs just blended into our everyday lives. Folding chairs are more than that! Whether it’s gathering around a huge table at a family get together or if it’s sitting down at an inspirational seminar, folding chairs help make our lives comfortable. You can donate them today and make a difference!
If you’re in Chicago, just use Zealous Good to find out exactly which charities need your folding chairs. If you’re not in Chicago, here are three ideas on where to donate those awesome sitting spots.
Remember assemblies? Yes, schools still have them and they still need your donated chairs. Help provide seating for your little one’s awards ceremony or for the holiday play. Who knows, you might even end up sitting on the very same chair you donated.
To check out schools near you, you can look up your local school district online.
Shelters can never have enough seating. These places of refuge provide protection and a comfortable environment for people that need them the most. You’d be surprised just how grateful some of these people would be to simply have a chair to sit on.
Search homeless shelters in your preferred search engine today to see which you can donate folding chairs to.
Weddings. Soirees. Celebrations. No matter what the occasion, you know you would need a chair to sit on after tearing up the dance floor at your best friend’s celebration. Banquet centers need chairs to accommodate the big groups of people that occupy their spaces. C’mon wedding!
Look up banquet centers online to find a party center near you!
Well there you have it! Whether you donate through Zealous Good or to these other awesome options, your folding chairs 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.