Map: Goodwill, Habitat ReStore see surge of donations inspired by Marie Kondo
Use the map to save big on furnishing, home goods and more
Before you try to "Marie Kondo" your home, it's a good idea to know where to take the items that don't bring you joy or where to scoop up great bargains on said donated things.
The tidying method is creating new options for people in search of items for their homes at a great bargain. NPR reports thrift stores around the U.S. are swamped with people bringing in their stuff after being inspired by Netflix's "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo."
Thankfully Central Florida is home to nonprofits that accept donated home furnishings and clothing.
Habitat for Humanity's ReStores and Goodwill are two area nonprofits benefiting from the swell of donations and in turn helping people save big on furnishings and home goods.
Habitat ReStores sell donated new and gently used furniture, appliances, home goods, building materials and more. The money from the sales is used to help communities around the world.
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