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Posted 7/17/16
The gov only looks after people with addresses which means the homeless who are the most in need tend to get shafted without any welfare or medical.
But clothes, shoes and donations to charity organisations are tax deductable and the clothes can go straight to a charity store to boost the local economy or get passed onto someone that needs it.
Posted 7/17/16

Sir_jamesalot wrote:

The gov only looks after people with addresses which means the homeless who are the most in need tend to get shafted without any welfare or medical.
But clothes, shoes and donations to charity organisations are tax deductable and the clothes can go straight to a charity store to boost the local economy or get passed onto someone that needs it.


Thanks. I was wondering what I should be doing with all my old clothes... They're in excellent condition, I kind of just loaded more weight so they really don't fit on me anymore. It's funny what summertime can do to me....
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