According to Patch, there are a lot of opportunities to donate clothes and other household items in Minnesota, and as well as a lot of charities will to receive a variety of donations and hand them out to those in need. Clothing donation bins seem to be the preferred method for gathering donations in this state, while home pickup systems come a close second.
Dress for Success is a US based charity (also operating in Minnesota), with the sole goal of helping women achieve independence, as well as providing support through the process of finding a job. You can help this charity by either joining their movement (as a volunteer or team-leader) or simply donating to the cause.
Goodwill has built a strong relationship with the citizens of Minnesota, by providing a lot of donations bins, through which the people of this state can contribute. Another cool thing that this charity offers is the ability to contribute by purchasing clothes from one of their many thrift stores.
Cornerstone is another great option that is currently sending out information on the things that they have a shortage of and are hoping for daily donations. Their volunteering program is starting to pick up steam, and you can join it anytime you’d like to directly help people in need. DAV MN also comes to mind, the organization that accepts all kinds of clothing and other items, along with the option to schedule a free pick up. War veterans are the primary aim of this charity.
These charities are available throughout Minnesota, including Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, Duluth, and Bloomington.