Help from Friends:
After you make a decision to donate your baby’s clothes, the first thing that has to be done is check if there is any needy family whom you know personally - it can be someone in your social circle of friends or neighbors. Instead of contacting an unknown person, it is better if you initiate such humble cause from home. Parents who have more than one kid prefer hand-me-downs.
Help from Online Service
Locate a reliable organization which is responsible for community programs and service. Try contacting your friends and family if they know any. Ensure that you track down a registered organization so that you can acquire satisfaction that your donation is actually being put to good use. Take help from online search engines, and find if there is any community outreach program running in your area. Many organizations are desperately in search of goodwill especially baby clothing and equipment, which is why you will have to search very carefully.
Sort out the Clothes
After tracking down a reputable nonprofit organization, start sorting out clothes that you intend to donate. Take all the clothes out of the closet and make separate pile of shirts, pants and shorts so that you can easily decide the giveaway items.
Wash the Clothes:
Run dirty clothes through your washing machine and dry them properly, because charity organizations only agree to take clean clothes. After properly folding the clothes, make a pile and count them.
Packaging of the Clothes:
Take a sturdy garbage bag and place the clothes in it. Make sure you have separate bags for male and female clothes. Label each bag with the type of clothes in it along with the age group as well.
Contact the Agency:
Contact the agency you are intending to give your donation to and request them to pick the donating items from you. If the organization is located near your residence, then get an appointment and pay a visit to their office.
Do not Forget to Take the receipt
Complete the required paper work and ask them to give you a receipt so that you have a record of the donation that has been made.