Archive for June 19, 2018
One of the most common ways people interested in helping families in need choose to devote their effort is through a charitable donation. Many Americans donate to charity every year. Whether it’s through small cash donations or large contributions, it’s a common way for many to try to make a difference in the lives of others. In 2014 alone, over $358 billion was given to groups looking for donations.
What many people may not know, however, is that you can and should donate clothes. Organizations looking for donations will be happy to take any extra clothing you or your family have that is still in wearable condition. Every year, about 4.8 billion pounds of clothes are donated by Americans, but that number could be even higher. 10.5 million tons of clothing are sent to landfills by Americans each and every year.
On average, America
The neighborhood is a mess. With the construction of at least five new houses in the area surrounding your home, you are becoming accustomed to the sounds and sights of both large and small machines. From construction crews who are completing the trenchless drilling that is needed before many projects can even start to underground boring, there are many times when the use of directional drilling is required.
The streets and highways are not any better. Every time that you leave the house you have to stop and rethink through the mental list of all the construction sites. From going to church to going to school to going to work, it seems that nearly every route that you take involves some kind of construction project.
Drive anywhere in any direction for as little as 10 miles and you will likely see a construction site. From home and office construction jobs to road improve