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How Does the Red Cross Help After a Fire?

The American Red Cross has helped people in our country and around the world for years. Whether it’s after a natural disaster or by running blood drives, they’ve made a lasting impact on millions of people. In a previous blog, we talked about what the American Red Cross does. One of the biggest impacts they make as an organization is their disaster relief. This can mean a variety of things, but today we’re going to discuss the question many people have—how does the Red Cross help after a fire? From house fires to the perilous wildfires, learn more about how much of an impact this organization has. read more  >>

Benefits of a Home Clean-Out Service with GreenDrop

Losing a loved one is already an overwhelming and emotional time. If you’ve been tasked with cleaning out their estate, you’re probably feeling even more stressed. Going through everything you want to take with you and figuring out what to do with the things you don’t want takes time and mental energy. If you’re uncertain what to do with your loved one’s things, turn to an outside company that offers clean-out services. This service is much more environmentally friendly than tossing things out on your own. Take a look below to see all the different benefits of a home clean-out service with GreenDrop. read more  >>

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s History

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, GreenDrop supports four separate charities—the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the American Red Cross, the National Federation of the Blind, and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. We’ve discussed and explained the history and process of most of the other charities, but today we’re going to delve into the Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s history and its positive impact on people around the world. read more  >>

How to Let Go of Sentimental Items

Parting with possessions is tough for a lot of people to do. The generalized question of whether it brings you joy doesn’t always help us rid our spaces of sentimental clutter. Sentimentality comes from memories—when our grandmother gave you that package of her old love letters that was a moment of connection between the two of you. When Dad gave you all of his old baseball jerseys, it was his way of showing how proud he was of your accomplishments. But when it comes down to it, these sentimental items often lie untouched, gathering dust. read more  >>