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Organize in time for your Thanksgiving feast

The next few months will be filled with family gatherings to celebrate the upcoming holidays. It’s easy to get swept away in the holiday rush, but the day before guests arrive is no time to sort through drawers and clean out closets.Family With Grandparents Enjoying Thanksgiving Meal At Table

Focus on decluttering public areas like the kitchen, dining room, and living room. Remove unnecessary clutter off of counters and tables.

Of course, if you have the time it is best to do a full organizing sweep but if you’re in a pinch bag up the clutter and store it in the basement or out-of-the-way closet and sort after the guests depart.

Regardless of when you get your organizing done GreenDrop will be there to clear the clutter! Give us a call before or after the holidays to pick up the things you no longer need. Or you can drop-off at our donation centers any day of the week. Either way, GreenDrop will handle all the heavy lifting and provide you with a tax receipt. When you donate to GreenDrop you’re clearing the clutter from you home and helping national charity organizations.

Here are a few of our tips to organize your home around the holidays.

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Honoring Veterans

Today is Veteran’s Day. It is a very important day for showing appreciation to members of our military. If you’re looking for ways to honor the veterans in your life or would like to contribute to all veterans, we’ve listed some suggestions for you.

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“Green” your Halloween

There’s no doubt that Halloween is a spooky time. But there’s one thing scarier than all the ghosts, goblins and ghouls and that’s the waste accumulated over the celebration.Dressing up is children's favorite game

Candy wrappers, decorations, and costumes it’s easy to create trash around Halloween. That’s why we’re sharing some easy ways you can reduce your family’s waste this year.

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Meet the blind- Joe Ruffalo

Meet Joe Ruffalo. Joe is the President of the National Federation of the Blind of New Jersey. He began to lose his eyesight around the age of 27. But he didn’t let that stop him from living the life he wants.

For fun, he enjoys reading, sports of all kinds and visiting friends and family at the Jersey Shore. After many years of being a teacher, he is now retired but has a part time position with the Employment Development Guidance Engagement, EDGE program, which assists high school blind/visually, impaired students with skills, techniques, and positive attitudes to transform dreams into a reality.

 

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