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Charitable donation places?

Yes, I checked google and the memories blah blah so prepared blah sark blah.

I have an SUV-ful of stuff I need to donate somewhere. Said donatable goods include a lot of perfectly decent, hardly worn women's and men's professional clothing. I've also got some kids' clothes, shoes for all of the above, purses/bags, various bits of computer stuff (mouses, keyboards, etc), and some really decent king-sized bedding stuff (duvet, down comforter, pillows, etc).

I checked into a couple of those places where they take professional clothing, but for example, Dress for Success only takes certain sizes of women's clothes (really small or really huge), neither of which are me. Similarly, the few places I found that take men's clothing won't take the rest of the stuff.

I'd like to donate all of the above in one fell swoop to a place that is actually a reputable charity, where the goods will either be given to people in need or sold and the proceed used for same, and of course I need a receipt out of the deal for my taxes.

I'm in Magnolia, so prefer something in that area/Queen Anne/Downtown/Cap Hill.

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    Recently the sweet poodle I have been walking for 2 years died. It was an ideal job--he needed walking between 11a-12/noon, was close to home, and…

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