Donate DVDs and video games to
charity and help raise money for a cause you care about. You can also help individuals in difficult
circumstances (such as deployed soldiers or hospitalized children) to pass the
time more pleasantly.
Consider donating to one of the following organizations after you purge your DVD and video game collection.
It’s super easy to donate DVDs to American soldiers for their enjoyment. Simply print a shipping label on the DVDs to the Troops website and then mail them your movies. You can include notes for the troops or reviews of the movies you are sending.
This organization collects DVDs to distribute to Veterans, particularly those with limited access. Donate DVDs to the address on their website or drop them off at a VA facility near you.
Founded by four sisters after a friend of theirs was hospitalized for Leukemia, Kid Flicks collects DVDs and uses them to create movie libraries in children’s hospitals and pediatric wards around the U.S.
Check with your local library, as well as local shelters and care centers - to include daycare centers if you’re looking to get rid of children's movies. Many such organizations have limited budgets and are happy to receive donations. Call first before dropping off your donation to confirm that your stuff will be of use to them.
Before you throw you those old VHS tapes, consider disposing of them through one of the following options.
Clean off the movie shelf. Identify the movies your
family has lost interest in. There are
lots of options available to donate DVDs.
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