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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

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Try your local Habitat for Humanity

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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

--Jeff



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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

--Jeff

Habitat for Humanity is probably a good place to start.
http://www.habitat.org/

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JB wrote:
I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!


Habitat for Humanity is probably a good place to start.
http://www.habitat.org/


Also see if there's a freecycle group nearby: www.freecycle.org

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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

--Jeff


http://groups.yahoo.com/group/freecycledc/
http://www.habitatnova.org/restore/


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Yup...that did it. They have a link to "ReStore". Free pickup!

Thanks.

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On Oct 31, 10:14 am, "Jeff Cohen" wrote:
Try your local Habitat for Humanity


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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

--Jeff

a real quick way (to get rid of them) is put them on craigslist with a
picture. i put my old cabinets on cl and they were gone in about 5 min.


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I've heard you can donate cabinets (and other home fixtures) for re-
sale to the less fortunate rather than put them out for the trash
haulers and add to a landfill. I'm having trouble finding a website
or info for the Washington DC metro area.

Any pointers?? THanks!

--Jeff


When I remodeled my kitchen I donated the cabinets, countertop, sink and
faucet to St. Vincent de Paul.

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